Lilla LoCurto

Visual Artist




In 1991, Bill Outcault and Lilla LoCurto began collaborating, focusing on the tenuous nature of existence through digital remapping and reconfiguration of the human body. They have received a variety of grants and awards including a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2013. They have worked with numerous scientists throughout the years and currently are working with the Max Planck Institute in Tubingen, Germany using a 4D scanner to research body shapes in motion as a collaboration in art, medicine, psychology and computer vision.

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