THE OTHER SIDE OF LIZFERA
Imma Lucas, starts studies of Art and Design in Alicante, his native province, after she travels to Milan, London, and Paris; both to complete her studies, and to experiment with other disciplines.
Of restless spirit and in constant change of city, decides to enter humanities, with the degree of Anthropology, UNED; prior a first cycle of Geography and History. In 1994, she officially began her journey in the world of plastic arts, developing series of large-format paintings, and experimenting with the performance in her studio, which records in video. She does individual and collective exhibitions, and participates with the installation at the Insonit, an experimental festival of electronic music and artistic creation in her hometown, Alcoy.
In 2015 she completed the Master of Research in Art and Design, of EINA, Barcelona; linked to the Autonomous University. She has worked in graphic design, textile research and communication. She has recently been developed at a professional level, her facet as a teacher in 2D technologies and graphic designer. She has also experimented with sound and created in Barcelona his own post punk band called: Deudoras.
At the same time, she composes and produces her own songs under a more personal and creative vision embodied as Lizfera. In May of 2018 she travels to Ecuador as a resident of Artefacto Sonoro, it is an artistic residence specialized in sound in which she carries out a project that has to do with the cymatics and with the investigation of rituals and creativity in the indigenous people. This project culminates with a concert at an event scheduled by the Contemporary Museum of Quito.
In October 2018, she is selected, after winning a contest, as an international jury in Artistic Research projects, by the Ministry of Culture in Quito, Ecuador. During this stay he participates in the Days for Development and Creativity with a paper that will be published at an academic level, along with the entire cycle of conferences, by the Ministry, under the title, “Hablemos”.