Laura P. Gracia

PhD student at CRiSAP, London College of Communication, UAL

Laura P. Gracia is a curator, artist and researcher established in London since 2009. She studied history of art and media art and is interested in electronic arts, art, science and technology and digital media. Participant at hacking culture and noise scene has taken part in many international events, such as exhibitions, workshops, conferences, and concerts, in Spain, UK, Mexico, Colombia, Canada, Serbia, and Russia. Gracia has collaborated with various institutions such as Fonoteca Nacional de Mexico, MACBA Museum of Contemporary Art Barcelona, CCCB Centre of Contemporary Culture Barcelona, MOTA Museum of Transitory Art, ISEA International Symposium on Electronic Arts, as well as among others the following artists Locus Sonus, Scanner, Milo Taylor, Arcangelo Constantini, Martin Howse and Victor Mazon Guardoqui.

As a Live Performer, she has worked in various festivals and events in London and overseas: Noizemaschine, London; XX Studio, Montreal, Canada, 2015; Noise Toys Orchestra, with Tasos Stamou, Cafe Oto Project Space, London, 2015; Sonica FM, London, 2015; OneBeatEcho, US, 2014; Improvised Electronic Round Up, New York, 2014. In 2014, she released her first record at the [EdP069] Editora do Porto; and in 2015, she launched her independent record label EAM Elektronische-art-and-music, with an album supporting the exhibition curated at Fonoteca Nacional de Mexico featuring the artists Richard Crow, Milo Taylor, Nicola Woodham. She is well-known in the London noise scene where she performs under the moniker Medial Ages.