Andrew Lucia is a Minneapolis-based designer, multimedia artist, and academic working across the fields of architecture, land art, installation and projection with a focus on questions of visual representation, perception, and aesthetics.  

Lucia has taught at several Universities holding the positions of: Visiting Critic, University of Pennsylvania School of Design (2019); Visiting Scholar at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, Carleton University (Spring 2018);  Visiting Lecturer and Critic at Cornell University, AAP (2011-2015); facutly in Visual Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Design (2008-2011); and was a Senior Researcher within LabStudio from 2008-2015. From 2015-17 Lucia held the position of Cass Gilbert Visiting Assistant Professor (2015-2017) in the School of Architecture, College of Design, University of Minnesota, during which he realized the extensive research project A Catalog of Difference.

In addition to his solo and collaborative works, Lucia is a co-founding principal in the architecture and design practice LUCITO.  He has worked in the offices of su11 architecture+design, Ruy Klein, Barkow Leibinger Architects, Keller Easterling Architect, Yunker+Asmus Architects and M+A Architecture.

Lucia received his Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania (2008) and his B.A. in Architecture from the University of Minnesota (2001). 

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