Hyla Willis is an artist and designer working across a wide range of media. She is a co-founding member of subRosa, a mutable (cyber)feminist art collective who explore and critique the intersections of information and bio-technologies on women’s bodies, lives and work. Since 1998, subRosa has created open-ended environments where participants engage with objects, texts and digital technologies. With subRosa, Willis has performed, exhibited, and lectured in the USA, Spain, Britain, the Netherlands, Germany, Croatia, Macedonia, Mexico, Canada, Slovenia, and Singapore, and has received many commissions for this work, two Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowships in New Genres, a Creative Capital grant in Emerging Fields, and is a former fellow of the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University. She is Professor of Media Arts at Robert Morris University. Born in Yuba City, California.