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Lula Goce

Lula Goce was born in Baiona, Galicia. ”I grew up with salty air, homesickness, barnacles and dizzle. I graduated in Fine Arts, spezialing in paiting at Salamanca University.” I lived in Barcelona, where I continue my studies as a visual artist. I study Graphic Design in the BAU and Illustration in the DONA School, a Ph.D. in art contemporary at the University of Barcelona (UB) and a Masters in Artistic Creation, and took some courses in art production centres, like Hangar Barcelona or Matadero Madrid.

My working life has always been linked to art, which I love more is paint big murals, but too liked make works as graphic designer to being a Collaborator and Producer in art projects with associations such as AAVC of Catalunya, the project “Curator Wanted” with the LaPinta, Barcelona. I also carried out independently commissioned projects with Barcelona Synapses in industrial and production workshops such as Caminal, I worked as a producer in the LOOP’07 video art festival. Also I had done some work as an illustrator in publishing for Esquire magazine and another media. I had teach Graphic Design and Illustration at the ESERP University in Barcelona and in the Felicidad Dulde School of Fashion, dealing with the subjects of Analogue and Digital techniques and Illustration. Between one thing and another I am still finding time to work on development artist projects for the Fundacion Pedro Barrie de la Maza in Galicia. I also has collaborate with some of the most important Art Directors of the spanish film scene.
I use to seek and find, but not always what I expected. If I had to define myself within this eclectic world would say that in my work I fuse different disciplines. I would place my work within the field of mural art, design, installation and intervention in spaces. My work could be defined by the economics of media and use of the drawing and the line on natural backgrounds. (Text from her website)

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