Monica Rizzolli is best known for her computer so wares that transform environmental cues into landscape animations. The simulations explore themes such as: the image of the city, environmental psychology and the human perception of space. Rizzolli has exhibited in the US (MAK Center’s Artists and Architects, LA), Brazil, Germany, China and Spain. Awards include MAK Schindler Scholarship (MAK Vien- na) and Sweet Home (Hablarenarte, Madrid). Currently, she develops a series of educational projects related to art and technology, is part of the Contrast project (art, design and technology) with Tony de Marco and organizer of projects such as “Noite de Processing”, a meeting about code art. Born in São Carlos, Rizzolli a ended the IA-UNESP (Fine Arts, São Paulo, Brazil) and the Kunsthochschule Kassel (Drawing, Kassel, Germany). She lives and works in São Paulo.