Tania Fraga is a computer artist, architect, and designer looking for ways to build poetic and sensitive artistic domains through art. Multiplicity, interactivity, and non-linearity are concepts that show glimpses of patterns that point to their relationship and harmony with numbers. She holds a PhD. in Communication and Semiotics at the Catholic University of Sao Paulo (PUC). She developed a Post Doctoral research project at CAiiA-STAR, UK, with a research grant from CAPES, the Brazilian Agency for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel, in 1999, and a Post Doctoral research project integrating Virtual Reality and robotics at the School of Communication and Arts of the University of Sao Paulo with a grant from FAPESP, the Sao Paulo Agency for Research Support, in 2010/11. She has been showing and publishing her work in many national and international exhibitions, lectures, workshops, seminars and congresses in countries such as Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Germany, United States, France, Hong Kong, England, Italy, Macedonia, Mexico, Norway, Russia, and Switzerland.