Created in collaboration with Damian Stewart, LIA's project Rain (2012) is currently on show as part of the exhibition
medien.kunst.sammeln at Kunsthaus Graz. It is a fully self-contained wood+aluminium enclosure to exhibit Lia's interactive generative software artwork.
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