Ramón Laserna studied Industrial Design at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia. In 2016 he participated as a resident in Flora ars + natura, directed by José Ignacio Roca. His graphic exploration is very close to abstract movements and Latin American kinetic art.
With his methodical line drawings he achieves a body of work of great diversity. Through small changes in the angle of planes, he produces visual phenomena of vibration, movement, or moiré within a refined formal style. His abstract drawings evoke Latin American optical art of the mid-20th century. His experimentation revolves around the ideas of line, color and light, with these elements he produces ethereal and vibrant images that refer to the idea of interaction between abstraction and the elimination of geometric volume.