Individual Author Record
He lived in Chicago and had a MFA from the school of Art and Architecture of the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Biographical and Professional Information
Piazza was a Chicago-based visual artist and writer who taught art, culture and education at Columbia College Chicago and DePaul University. He is the co-founder of Axe Street Arena Artists Collective.
- New World [Dis]Orders & Peripheral Strain, March Abrazo, 1998
Titles At Your Library
New World (Dis)orders and Peripheral Strains: Specifying Cultural Dimensions in Latin American and Latino Studies (Lacasa Publication Series)
Nonfiction. This book joins current debates over postmodernity and globalization and their application to Latin American and U.S. Latino questions. The essays and art works presented trace Latin America's space and supposed "peripheral place" in a post-Cold War "New World Order" where controlled democratization and neo-liberal policies highlight growing trends of ungovernability and (dis) order.