Pedro Moreira is a queer multi-racial artist based between Porto, Portugal and London, United Kingdom. Their work explores the relationship between the idealisation of virtual spaces and theological or mythological utopian phenomenology, using the method of world-building as a narrative building tool. Using mediums such as performance, sculpture, machinima, and installation to create multi-disciplinary work, Pedro is interested in trying to portray constructive fantasies as mirrors to reality through relative fiction. The acknowledgement of one’s own existence in a virtual and imaginary environment and how this impacts our biology is Pedro’s preferred philosophical point of focus.

Exhibitions include  Cord (solo) at Nigredo Espacio (Madrid, 2019), Significant Other: Oxytocin at La Casa Encendida (Madrid, 2019), Skeuomorph (solo) at Picnic Gallery (London, 2019), Hypermesh at Assembly Point (London, 2019), Un_Becoming at SomoS (Berlin, 2018), and Bored but Secured as part of the Zone d’Utopie Temporaire residency at Wozen (Lisbon, 2018). 

Workshops include Worldcraft at Raven Row (London) and Assembly Point (London) and First Person Walkthrough Adventure Game at Inland (Madrid, 2019) and Bark Arts (Athens, 2017).

Being an active member of the collective PACTO Research, Moreira has engaged in a variety of PACTO organised events and exhibitions such as Collectives Not Collections at Raven Row (London, 2019), PACTO @ 18 Malden Road (London, 2018), COMPACTO at Aarhus Center for Visual Art (Aarhus, 2018), and It’s Their Thought That Counts at Croydon Art Store (London 2018).








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