Searching for the expansion of the senses, Anaisa Franco creates interfaces that artistically elaborate an “affective” situation where people expand their senses through the interaction with the sculptures, creating new forms, relationships and experiences between people, the subjects chosen and the technological material that we have available in the market.
She has a Master of Advanced Architecture at IAAC Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona. One year of M-Arch 1 at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles, a master’s degree MA in Digital Art and Technology from the University of Plymouth in England and a BA Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts from FAAP in São Paulo.
In the last years she has been developing Responsive Public art Installations and New media Artworks for Museums, Public spaces, Galleries, Medialabs, Residencies and Commissions such as Shanghai City Life Festival, Medialab Prado, Mecad, MIS, Hangar, Taipei Artist Village, China Academy of Public Art Research Center, Mediaestruch, Cite des Arts, ZKU, SP_Urban, MAC Fenosa, VIVID Sydney, EXPERIMENTA Biennale Melbourne, RUMOS Itaú Cultural, URBE, and many others.
Her work “Expanded Eye” won the 6th edition of the ARCO-BEEP Electronic Art Award
Expanded Eye project was developed during Interactivos 2008 at Medialab Prado in Madrid.
It was developed in collaboration with: Jacqueline Steck, Alvaro Cassinelli, Carles Gutiérrez, Oswald Aspilla Pérez