Emilio López-Galiacho Biography

Spain, 1960

Emerging Spanish artist Emilio Lopez-Galiacho is characterized by his unique combination of photography, digital art, and 3-D techniques. He holds a degree in architecture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. In 1992 he co- founded Arquimedia, a group dedicated to forging relationship between new media and architecture. He was on the selection committees for the "Millia 96" Festival en Cannes and the 1997 "V Congreso Cyberconf" in Madrid, as well as on the advisory board of WAM (Web Architecture Magazine).

He has lectured at the Tracor Acts School, IEDE and the Polytechnic School in Madrid, the SEK University in Segovia, the Museum of Fine Arts in Granada, and at the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria.


1996 Ciber@rt'96, Universidad de Valencia

1997 I Festival Internacional de InfoArquitectura, Galeria MOPU (Madrid)

1997 "Die Schwerkraft der Hauser" Exhibition, Ars Electronica Center (Linz, Austria)

1997 "Arte Virtual, Realidad Plural" Exhibition, Monterrey Museum (Nuevo Leon, Mexico)

1999 "Art Futura 99" Festival (Sevilla, Spain)

1999-2000 Zocalo Square, Ciudad de Mexico (Mexico)

2000 "Next" Festival 2000 (Karlstad, Sweden)

2002 "Artium Art Center" Opening Events, Artium Square, (Vitoria)

2003 "Fete des Lumieres", Place Bellecourt, Lyon (Francia)

2003 "Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media" Opening, (Yamaguchi, Japon)

2004 "EU Expansion Events", O'Connell Street, (Dublin, Irlanda)

2004 "Sitestepper" Net Project, Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles)

Ciber@rt 2004 (Bilbao)