Lina Lopes is a consultant, entrepreneur and artist. She expresses in her trajectory the intersection between two worlds: art and technology. Graduated in Cinema by University of São Paulo and Master in Design by Anhembi-Morumbi College, she has an interdisciplinary background that also includes theater, engineering and computing.
She has extensive experience in projects, working on the themes of parametric and generative design, video mapping, interactivity, Arduino programming, wearables, internet of things, biomaterials, among others. She is a speaker on innovation and mentor of bootcamps. Directs LILO.ZONE, space for creative use of technology and is at the forefront of the LILO.THINK initiative focused on immersive processes. She is enthusiastic of experimentation, collaboration and improvisation.
In the wearables area, she has experience in research and prototyping projects with flexible conductive materials, pneumatic / soft robotics systems and biomaterials. In 2016, she realized the Touch Skin project, an artistic-scientific residence in the Media Lab of UFG to develop a temporary conductive tattoo, where she entered the universe of science and biological materials. In 2018 she founded BioLiLoLab, a biohacking laboratory within LILO.ZONE, where she is conducting research projects in biomaterials and bioart.