Lídia Pereira

Lídia Pereira (1990, PT) studied at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam (MA Media Design and Communication) and at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto (BA Communication Design). Her practice bridges the fields of graphic design, art, digital media and infrastructure, critical theory, and publishing.

In 2015, she founded the Pervasive Labour Union zine, a semi-regular publication in which contributors reflect on topics relating to labour on corporate social networks, algorithmic governance, and alternative digital infrastructures.

She is a member of Varia, a collective-space in Rotterdam focused on everyday technologies, and is part of LURK, a collective which hosts a variety of online services for communities involved with net-, new media and computational culture and art.