Lucia Grossberger-Morales

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ISEA Bio(s) Available:

  • ISEA 2012


    In 1979, after a powerful dream, Lucia Grossberger-Morales sold most of her worldly possessions and bought an Apple II Computer. She then moved to a solitary desert and learned to communicate with the computer. Tired of all the software available, she and a couple of people wrote the Designer’s Toolkit, which was published by Apple Computer, Inc., in 1981. Lucia went on to develop several software tools, including Applevisions for Addison-Wesley. In 1987, Lucia decided that she wanted to dedicate all her time to creating art on the computer. Over the last ten years she has performed her art in conjunction with Peter Gabriel’s WOMAD, D’Cuckoo, and many others. Her installations have been shown at SIGGRAPH, SIGCHI, Lollapalooza, Pacific Film Archive, Mexican Museum, Mill Valley Film Festival, National Women’s Museum of Art, etc. Lucia was born in Bolivia and emigrated to the United States when she was three. Currently, she resides in California. She is on the Advisory Board of YLEM.

Last Known Location:

  • United States, BO


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