LAURA LIO is currently involved with interdisciplinary projects across the fields of sculpture, drawings, site specific installations, artist books and poetry and sound. Over the past 25 years she has dedicated herself to research and creativity in the field of Fine Arts, with special interest on the potential for synergies between image, poetic word, and sound. Her focus on sculpture includes its practice in exhibition spaces and in public locations, along with land art and its integration with landscape architecture. A current interest is working on installations and site specific projects that poetically respond to the architectural presence and social history of the sites.
She has exhibited her works with 18 individual exhibitions in numerous locations, including Madrid, Barcelona, Gijon, Ibiza, Cadiz, Cuenca, Valencia, Paris, Rome, Lisbon, and Buenos Aires, and she has participated in more than 70 group exhibitions throughout Europe, Argentina and China. Her artwork has been shown in a number of international arts fairs held in cities such as Madrid, New York, Paris, Buenos Aires and Cologne.
Her sculptures and drawings have been placed in museums as well as being held in public and private art collections. These include the Reina Sofia Museum and the Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art, Conde Duque, in Madrid; the Patio Herreriano Museum of Contemporary Art in Valladolid; the Ministry of International Affairs and the National Library in Madrid; the Spanish Cultural Ministry, Spanish School, Paris; the Caja Madrid Art Collection, Spanish Academy of History, Archeology and Fine Arts, Rome; and with the Circa XX Collection of Contemporary Art.