Stephanie Lie is an artist, computer programmer and arts educator in the Visual Arts graduate program at UC San Diego. She received degrees in Computer Science and Art Practice from UC Berkeley in 2000. Her artistic practice lies at the intersection between art and technology, engaging modes of scientific research to reveal new ways of seeing. LieŐs work has been featured at the San Diego Museum of Art, the New ChildrenŐs Museum and the Nevada Museum of Art. Lie has taught drawing, electronics and new media art at UC Berkeley, UC San Diego and in private workshops with Jane Rosen since 1999.
2011 Fundamental Frequencies, New Children's Museum Teen Studio, San Diego, CA; Scylla serrata, Archive Fever Performance Series, University Art Gallery, UC San Diego; A Curious Cinema: Resonance, Studio for Urban Projects, San Francisco, CA; sdspace4art, San Diego, CA; 2010 There Goes the Neighborhood!, Agitprop, San Diego, CA; Summer Salon Series, San Diego Museum of Art; 2009 Prospectives.09 Digital Arts Festival, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV; We Live Inside, VAF Gallery, San Diego, CA; 2008 China Past and Present, Gualala Arts Center, Gualala, CA; International Noise Festival, Miami, FL; 2007 APAture, space180 gallery, San Francisco, CA; Present Tense, Chinese Culture Center, San Francisco, CA; 2005 Subtropics Experimental Music and Sound Arts Festival, Dorsch Gallery, Miami, FL; 2004 InsideOUT, Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, FL.