Lecture: Ana Herruzo

Woodbury University Chair of Applied Computer Science Ana Herruzo will lecture at Woodbury School of Architecture in Los Angeles on Tuesday, September 26th. Ana Herruzo is an Architect, Designer and Programmer working at the intersection of art, technology and architecture.

Lecture by Ana Herruzo
Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 at 6:30pm
7500 N Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank, CA 91504

Ana’s focus is on the combination of lighting, audio and video with the physical environment, materials and human interaction. Synthesizing disciplines, she creates spatial experiences for such wide-ranging applications as art installations, live music events, film, robotics, and architecture. Ana’s is the Co-founder of art collective NaiveLaser, as well as interactive agency Virtulabs. She also runs her own practice Herruzo-Pierce Creative Studio, based in Los Angeles, performing Creative and Technical Direction for diverse projects.

Ana is the Head of the Applied Computer Science department at Woodbury University. She holds a Masters of Design Research in Media-Art from SCI-arc, (Los Angeles, CA), and a Bachelors and Masters of Architecture from ETSAM (Madrid, Spain)

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