Lucia Grossberger Morales Curriculum vitae


1952 Born Catavi Bolivia
1977 M.S. degree from University of Southern California

1974 B.A. degree from University of Southern California


Solo Exhibits

2013 Moving Paintings, Black Board Gallery, Camarillo

2009 Andean Circuit, Contreas Gallery, Tucson, AZ
2009 LightBox Mágico, Centro Simón I Patiño, Cochabamba, Bolivia

2004 Pallai, Arts on 5th, San Bernardino, CA

Selected Exhibitions, Film Festivals and Software

2014  Take 3 Contemporary Gallery, Palm Springs

2014  Artist Council Exhibition, Palm Springs Museum of Art

2011 Two Women, SCIART Gallery, Camarillo

2005 SiArt Biennial, La Paz, Bolivia
2004 Dia de los Muertos, Palm Springs Museum of Art, Palm Springs, CA

2000 Mexterminatot: Guillermo Gomez-Peña and Roberto Sifunetes, SOMART, San Francisco, CA

2000 Connect: Digital Mural, Galleria de la Raza, San Francisco, CA

1999 First Night 2000, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA

1998 <compacts> Digital Works of Art, University of Rennes, France

1998 ISEA Revolution 98, Manchester, England

1997 CD-ROMs by Women, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA
1997 Dallas Video Show, Dallas Museum of Art, TX
1995 CD-ROMs, Mill Valley Film Festival, CA
1995 Peter Gabriel’s WOMAD (World of Music and Dance) - part of Future Zone.
1995 Xicano Progeny, Mexican Museum, San Francisco, CA
1995 Que Viva tu Recuardo, Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA
1992 25th Anniversary Show, Euphrat Gallery, DeAnza, Cupertino, CA
1992 Connections: 10 Latin American Artists, Yerba Buena Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA

1987 Computer Graphics State of the Art, California Museum of Science, Los Angeles, CA

1987 Coauthor (with Bob Bishop and Harry Vertelney) AppleVisions: A Unique Approach to        Assembly  Language published by Addison-Wesley, Inc. Foreword by Steve Wozniak.

1986 SIGGRAPH’85 Input/Output, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA

1982 The Artist in the Lab, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
1982 The Artist and the Computer, Long Beach Museum of Art, CA
1981 Coauthor (with Harry Vertelney and David Rifkind) Designer’s Tool Kit, published by Apple

 Computer, Inc. One of the first graphics programs for the Apple II computer.

1980 SpaceLace, Women’s Building, Los Angeles, CA