Licia Galizia was born in Teramo in 1966. She lives and works between Aquila and Rome.
She graduated in Painting at the Fine Arts Academy of Aquila and then specialized in Historical-Artistic Cultural Heritage.
Her research is characterized by constant reference to the aesthetical-conceptual problematics centred on the perception and comprehension of space-time.
From 1992 she took part in several exhibitions in public and private spaces.
The year 2005 was marked by the beginning of an artistic collaboration with the composer Michelangelo Lupone and Centro Ricerche Musicali – CRM in Rome, with whom she realized works conceived as interactive environments, sites for multi-sensorial experiences which merge plastic forms to the music offering to the spectator a participatory fruition.
In 2018 she collaborated with the composer Laura Bianchini at the realization of the project Via dei Canti, in the ancient village of Trevi nel Lazio. On this occasion three permanent adaptive musical sculptures were realized: Foce, Aquiloni, Terra e Cielo. Via dei Canti was promoted by the Regione Lazio for the enhancement through contemporary art of the Cammini spirituali del Lazio (Spiritual Ways of Latium).
Solo exhibitions (selection): Codici. Licia Galizia e Michelangelo Lupone, National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, 2018; OASI, Licia Galizia e Michelangelo Lupone, sensorial space, MACRO, Rome, 2014; Orizzonti, Consolato Italiano, Istanbul, 2012; Costruttivo aggettante, Galleria Livio Nardi, Nurnberg, 2007; Interferenze, Castello Cinquecentesco, Aquila, 2002; Sistemi, MLAC, Rome, 2000; Configurazione di un mutamento, Galleria A.A.M. – Architettura Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome, 1994; Licia Galizia, galleria Mara Coccia, Rome, 1992.
Group exhibitions (selection): Sculture in campo, Parco della scultura, Bassano in Teverina (VT), 2019; Cyfest, Festival Internazionale di Arte e Tecnologia nella Reggia di Caserta, 2018; Siamo tutti greci, Museo Benaki, Athens, 2012; Una luce nel mio libro, galleria Vèra Amsellem, Paris, 2012; Esperimenta, Ministero degli Esteri, Rome, 2008; X Biennale di Architettura, Venice, 2006; XII Quadriennale, Ultime generazioni, Palazzo delle Esposizioni / Ala Mazzoniana, Stazione Termini, Rome, 1996; Giovani artisti IV, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, 1992.