Lisa Moren is a multi-disciplinary artist who works with emerging media, public space, and works-on-paper. She is currently working on bioluminescent installation “What is the Shape of Water?” and AR project “Under the Bay”.
Lisa Moren has exhibited her work at the Chelsea Art Museum, Creative Time [NYC] and international venues including Ars Electronica, Akademie der Kunste, the Artists Research Network [Australia], and uShaka Museum [SouthAfrica]. She is a Fulbright Scholar and has received the National Endowment for the Arts award, along with other awards. Her work has appeared in Performance Research; Visible Language; InterArts Actuel; New Media Caucus for “Algorithmic Pollution: Artists working with Dataveillance and Societies of Control” and “CYBER IN|SECURITY”; and Issues in Contemporary Theory for “Command Z: Artists Working with Phenomena and Technology”.
Lisa Moren is a Saul Zaentz Innovation Fellow in Film and Media at Johns Hopkins University, and Professor of Intermedia+Digital Art MFA program at UMBC.