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Rome, 1940. She got her diploma at the National Academy of Dance in Rome. In 1968 she graduated in architecture at the University of Rome. In 1972 she took part to the birth of the Group “ALTRO/Lavoro Intercodice” where she carried out for ten years research and experimentation activities together with painters, musicians, poets, and architects. In 1981 “Gruppo Altro” ended its activity with the publication of the book ALTRO, Dieci anni di lavoro intercodice, Kappa editions. For years she based her research on the performing body in an inter-code environment and focused her study on the new conception of body movement through contact-improvisation experiences and other acknowledgements of the contemporary techniques coming from post-modern-dance. In 1981 she created the “Gruppo Sperimentale Movimento Suono Spazio Immagine” (Experimental Group of Movement Sound Space Image), in 1986 she created the Contemporary Dance Company ALTROTEATRO. Since 2000 Lucia Latour’s research has been moving toward the “body – that - becomes - space” and dance is conceived as the forming strenght of the “physica” matter. Since 2002 she has been ALTROEQUIPE’s choreographer and art director, a multimedia system looking for the interaction between dance, sound, architecture, motion capture and motion graphics technologies, and light design. All projects produced in these years have been presented at the most important theatres in Italy, France, Portugal, Germany, Ex-Yugoslavia, Ex-URSS, Argentina. Since 2001 she has been Professor at “La Sapienza”, University of Rome, College of Human Sciences – Art History Sciences department, and at the National Academy of Dance – Dance and New Technologies department. Among her publications, she is author together with Orazio Carpenzano of the work Physico. Fusione danza-architettura, Universale di Architettura, edited by Testo&Immagine, Turin, 2003.