Lilia Villafuerte is a Peruvian digital artist and researcher on “Human Computer Interaction” (HCI), cognition and interactive media. Her work as an artist has been exhibited in Spain, Mexico, Egypt, Germany and Perú.
With a multidisciplinary background ranging from anthropology of emotions, media and cognitive processes, to experimenting with new narrative and affective computing structures, Lilia currently combines her personal art with her work as HCI researcher and creative technologist.
Jan 13- Mar 13 Elas Fan Tech (La Coruña, Spain).
Nov 11- Feb 12 LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial Foundation (Gijón, Spain) Collective presentation: Narrativas espaciales. Geolocated audio in public space.
Dec 10- Jan 11 Artellewa: art production centre (Cairo, Egypt) Artist in residence.
July 2010 Contemporanean museum of Orizaba (Mexico) Work Retrospective.
October 2009 VIII Muestra de Documental Independiente Peruano (Lima, Perú) Documentary: Binary dreams.
June 2008 Centre dʼArts Santa Mònica-Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain) NITCASM-08 Documentary: Binary dreams.
November 2007 Espacio Abisal (Bilbao, Spain) Netlach 2007 Warmikuna Yuyaraniku: Video art and programming.
June 2007 Centre dʼArts Santa Mònica-Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain) NITCASM-07: HACkLab Warmikuna Yuyaraniku: Video art and programming.
June 2007 Mousonturm (Frankfurt, Germany) Frankfurt international book fair Arxiu Líquid: Semantic interface.
June 2007 Caixa Forum (Barcelona, Spain) Audioneto Radioshow “Guerra a la Guerra” – interface.