Lisa Moren is an artist who makes interactive installations, works on paper and public interventions. She has exhibited her work widely including the Chelsea Art Museum, Cranbrook Art Museum and many venues abroad such as Ars Electronica and Akademie der Kunste and is currently working with the Artists Research Network, part of LaTrobe University in Melbourne Australia. She is a Fulbright Scholar and has received numerous awards including the National Endowment for the Arts , Maryland State Arts Council [2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 and 2010], CEC Artslink International [2002 and 2006] and Janet and Walter Sondheim semi-finalist [2007 and 2009]. Her writing has appeared in Performance Research, Visible Language, Inter Arts Actuel, and her own books on Intermedia and Issues in Contemporary Theory for the exhibition she curated “Command Z: Artists Working with Phenomena and Technology.” She curated this exhibition featuring artists Paul DeMarinis, Nina Katchadourian and others, and “CYBER IN SECURITY” featuring David Rokeby, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Hasan Elahi and several others. Lisa Moren is a Professor of Visual Art at UMBC and lives in Baltimore with her husband and two children.