Participation at xCoAx 2022

July 2022

I've taken part in the 10th edition of xCoAx - Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X with the paper Rematerialising Digital Technologies Through Critical Making. I also presented the AV performance Datox and took part in the exhibition with the net art work Things I do when I'm bored.

Participation at ARTECH 2021

October 2021

My work Debris was part of the ARTECH 2021 conference – Hybrid Praxis – Art, Sustainability & Technology, including a presentation of my article Debris - The detritus of digital media technologies. The paper addresses my artwork and the environmental impact of consumer electronics and digital media technologies.

Debris at Sonic Curiosities VI

August 2021

The installation Debris is part of the event Sonic Curiosities VI in Berlin. The on-going project Debris repurposes e-waste found on the streets of Berlin and creates an assemblage of sound and broken hardware together with a browser-based game which visualises the exponential growth of e-waste.

Participation at xCoAx 2021

July 2021

I'm presenting my article Off the digital: neo-analogue hybrids, co-written with Luísa Ribas, at the conference xCoAx 2021. The article examines artistic strategies that repurpose analogue media and hybrid combinations of analogue-digital media.

The Society for Nontrivial Pursuits Live Stream

December 2020

An evening with The Society for Nontrivial Pursuits live streamed for FutureLab, Shanghai.

Exhibition Maker Art - Pandemia

August 2020

My work Debris is one of several artworks in the online exhibition Maker Art - Pandemia, organized by The New Art Fest.

Participation at xCoAx 2020

July 2020

I'm taking part in the online conference xCoAx 2020 with the paper Post-digital Aesthetics in Contemporary Audiovisual Art co-written with Luísa Ribas and my work On A Scroll Through The Cloud.


December 2019

The video game On A Scroll Through The Cloud is being presented as a VR installation as part of the Post.Digital.Dreams collective exhibition organized by Inbetween Conditions, Tbilisi.

Pedro Ferreira

I’m Pedro Ferreira, an artist and PhD student of Fine Arts, Multimedia Art, at the University of Lisbon. I research post-digital aesthetics in audiovisual art and in both my artistic and academic work I’m interested in art that addresses technologies and their effects in culture and society.



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