Nora Raggio researches personal and cultural space; she activates most of her investigations into work (XS, S, M, L, XL)--which incorporate video, photo, painting and other media. Her work also engages in community and public artwork. She works individually as well as collaboratively. Her collaborations include working with individuals, often through sponsoring organizations. She has exhibited at MACLA (Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana) (San JosÃ?Â©), Climate Theater (San Francisco), OMCA (Oakland Museum of California), and worked with MESA de la Comunidad, in Mountain View, CA, in a public art community project. She worked in facilitating Gabriele Basilico's work through the SF MOMA. She has written a review of the Media Lab Madrid, Spain, when it hosted a retrospective of Ars Electronica at Leonardo Reviews online. Nora was born in the U.S.: her family is from Argentina. She graduated with an MFA from SJSU focusing on digital and installation arts.