Cláudio Bueno (b. 1983, Brazil) is an artist, curator, professor, and designer. Bueno is a member of different platforms and groups, such as ‘Explode! Platform’, ‘Intervalo-Escola’ and 'O grupo inteiro'. Throughout these collectives, he has worked in collaborative, dialogical, and interdisciplinary political-aesthetic propositions, projects, and processes in art, design, education, activism, architecture, and technology. He has been involved with different communities, movements, struggles, biomes, and peoples – fully committed to social, cognitive, and environmental justice. He has a Ph.D. in Visual Arts from USP – University of Sao Paulo. In 2022, he was the director of Participation and Culture at Tomie Ohtake Institute, São Paulo. From 2019 – 2021, he was a visiting professor at the graduate program of the School of Arts from FAAP (Fundação Armando Álvarez Penteado). In 2018-19, he co-curated the exhibition 'Fields of Invisibility' at Sesc-SP – a reflection on the global technological infrastructures and its modes of operation regarding the dynamics of life and the Earth. As a designer, Bueno has been developing digital platforms for art and educational institutions for the last 20 years - please visit groundatlas.org (2021) as the last one.
Bueno has been featured in many exhibitions, residencies, awards, and talks in Brazil and abroad – contributing to artistic and educational institutions such as Hessel Museum/CCS Bard, Chicago Architecture Biennial, CUNY (USA); Delfina Foundation, Central Saint Martins/UAL, Whitechapel Gallery (England); Prix Ars Electronica (Austria); Festival de Artes Electronicas Transitio_MX (Mexico); Humboldt-Universität (Germany); Rumos CyberArts Itaú Cultural, Videobrasil, MASP, MAM Rio and São Paulo Biennial (Brazil); Pro-Helvetia/Far (Switzerland); Het Nieuwe Instituut (Netherlands); U-jazdowski Castle for Contemporary Arts (Poland); University of Cape Town (South Africa); amongst others. His last articles were published by Mousse Publishing, Terremoto.mx and Fundação Bienal de São Paulo.
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