Lisu Vega (b. Miami, 1980) Artist and fashion designer, studied at the Julio Árraga and Neptalí Rincón art schools in Maracaibo, Venezuela. Her academic training in Experimental Graphic has allowed her to work with different possibilities of printing on paper and fabric as well. Since 1999, when she started her exhibition journey, her work has been enriched by the use of recycled ropes, found materials, poly silk, and some other textile materials.
As a multidisciplinary artist and current member of the Miami-based Laundromat Art Space Residency Program. Vega’s work explores the emotions we associate with memories through the allegory of “weaving,” both literally through the physical materials and metaphorically as a process.