Greta Lusoli (born in 1988 in the province of Reggio Emilia) is an Italian artist that explores the field of sound art, digital art and installations.
After graduating at the faculty of Architecture at Politecnico in Milan, she works as architect and, from 2016, as graphic designer and expert in advocacy for various international organizations that are active on the protection of human rights, and in particular for different UN’s departments.
Thanks to her works she supported humanitarian campaigns to raise awareness on different issues in several countries around Europe, Africa and South America.
As an artist, in her artworks she makes installations in which sound and luminous stimulus shape an ephemeral architecture that creates immersive environments involving the audience.
Greta, among the other things, participated to the exhibitions US-THEM at Studio Place Art Gallery in Barre, VT, Show your World at Gallery MC in New York, September Impression at villa Anita, in Lucca, Culture Collective at Linus Gallery, in Pasadena (California) and Defining Expo 2015 promoted by Expo2015.
Now she is attending the third edition of the B#Side War Festival ( 2016-2017) presenting her sound installation PAN-ὀπτικός.