LIA is an Austrian pioneer of software and net art who has been producing work since the mid-1990s. Her practice spans video, performance, software, installation, sculpture and digital applications. She combines traditions of drawing and painting with a digital aesthetic and algorithms. Her work is rooted in minimalism and conceptualism. LIA's primary material is code, which she uses to create a "machine" that generates real-time multimedia outputs. Her work explores the translation of certain experienced principles into abstract forms, movements and colors, inviting the viewer to experience them on a subconcious level. LIA's work has been exhibited worldwide at venues such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tinguely Museum, Rhizome's Net Art Anthology, Kate Vass Galerie and Venice Biennale.She has also won awards including Design Austria, Prix Ars Electronica, Digital Graffiti Curator’s Choice Winner and Diagonale Film Festival.