Projects

Ongoing

  • @c w/ Pedro Tudela 2000–
  • @c + Lia w/ Pedro Tudela & Lia 2000–
  • Crónica media label 2003–
  • Pedra Contida w/ Marcelo dos Reis, Angelica V. Salvi, João Pais Filipe, Nuno Torres 2013–

Installations and Exhibitions

  • A/B w/ Pedro Tudela 2017 (Braga)
  • 6 Elementos w/ Pedro Tudela 2016 (Porto)
  • Becoming- w/ Pedro Tudela 2016 (Lisboa)
  • LMY-7-10 w/ Pedro Tudela 2016 (Porto)
  • Divisor / 4 w/ Pedro Tudela 2015 (Porto)
  • Respiro w/ Pedro Tudela 2014 (Viseu), 2015 (Porto)
  • M.M.M.M. w/ Pedro Tudela & Lia 2014
  • Noventa e Três (para Colönia) w/ Pedro Tudela 2012
  • Waterfall & Content Pools @ The Public, West Bromwich, w/ Lia 2009
  • Because Someone Said “So” w/ Lia & Pedro Tudela 2008
  • 30×1.2 @ Casa da Música, w/ Pedro Tudela & Lia 2007
  • 30×1 @ Solar, w/ Pedro Tudela & Lia 2005
  • Seek @ Ars Electronica Center, w/ Lia 2004
  • Aus Lage [in Arbeit] @ The Media Centre, w/ Lia 2003
  • Metastasis @ Custom Eyes, Fabrica (curated by Sam Baron) w/ Lia 2003
  • lmlb03 @ DSP3, Lovebytes, w/ Lia 2003
  • % @ Museu do Chiado, Lisboa, w/ Lia 2002

Soundtracks

  • Agapornis by the Puppet Theater of Porto, w/ Pedro Tudela 2014
  • Ovo by the Puppet Theater of Porto, w/ Pedro Tudela 2012

Past / Complete projects

  • Porto / City Identity and Branding, consultant to the project by Martino & Jaña et al. 2014
  • Artistic residency at the Cerdeira village, Lousã, organized by JACC. w/ Marcelo dos Reis, Angelica V. Salvi, João Pais Filipe, Nuno Torres 2013
  • Barsento Mediascape artistic residency in Puglia, Italy, organized by Interferenze. w/ Pedro Tudela 2013
  • OAV, an audiovisual performance. w/ André Rangel & Pedro Tudela 2011–2012
  • Artistic residency at the village of Nodar, S. Pedro do Sul, organized by Binaural. w/ Pedro Tudela 2011
  • A de Autor, visual composition for the set of a TV show on RTP2. w/ Pedro Tudela 2010
  • [des]integração w/ Carlos Santos, João Pinto, Nuno Moita, Paulo Raposo, Pedro Lourenço, Rui Costa, et al. 2002–2003
  • Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzp! w/ Miguel Sá, Manuel Dias, José Moura Barbosa 1991–2002