Pedro M. Cruz

Exhibitions & festivals

 

 

2021        

Center for Netherlandish Art Innovation Gallery. Museum of Fine Arts, November 20–ongoing, Boston, MA. Works: Aligning Artworks in Time and Productive Lives.      

Alter(action). Fundação Eugénio de Almeida, May 18–December 19, Évora, Portugal.  Work: []cene. 

Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration. Albright-Knox Art Gallery. February 12 – May 16, Buffalo NY. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of U.S. immigration. 


2020

SEEING NUMBERS: Using visual Metaphors to Explore Data in a More Accessible Format. Brickbottom gallery, January 23–February 22, Somerville MA. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of U.S. immigration.

 

2019

Reboot, Digital Arts and New Media Festival, Palácio Baldaya, October 10-13, Lisbon. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of U.S. immigration.  

Who We Are: Visualizing NYC by the Numbers. Museum of the City of New York, September 2019–August 2020, New York. Work: Simulated Dendrochronology of Immigration to New York City, 1840-2019.  

(BE) COMING An Exhibition of Experimental Contemporary Art about the impermanence of becoming permanent. FACTT – Trans-Disciplinary & Trans-National Festival of Art & Science. October 31–February 26, P31 Hospital Julio de Matos, Lisbon. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of US immigration. 

Evolution. FACTT – Trans-Disciplinary & Trans-National Festival of Art & Science. ArtSci Salon, March 29–May 15, University of Toronto (St. George), Toronto. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of US immigration. 


2018

Where, When, How many? Wild Mazzini, November 1–January 6, Turin. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of U.S. immigration. 

Eco-Connectivity ArtSci Exhibitions at Berlin Science Week, Thaer Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, November 1–23, Berlin. Video program: An ecosystem of corporate politicians. 

FACTT – Trans-Disciplinary & Trans-National Festival of Art & Science, School of Visual Arts, Bio Art Lab, October 25, New York. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of U.S. Immigration for New York state.  

IEEE VIS Arts Program Exhibition: Data and Identities. Estrel Hotel & Congress Center, October 23–26, Berlin. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of immigrants and natural-borns in the United States (1790-2016).   

Naturalizing Immigration. West Village H, Northeastern University, October 17–February 18, Boston.    

Mapping Worlds. Spaceus annex, October 5–15, Cambridge. Work: Simulated dendrochronology of U.S. immigration. 

Numerical Existence. Oi Futuro, September 18–October 18, Rio de Janeiro. Works: Dendrochronology of immigration; Lisbon’s blood vessels; Visualizing empires decline; An ego-altruist society.  

Future Present, Design for change, MUDE – Museum of Design and Fashion, Amoreiras shopping center, September 6–21, Lisbon. Works: Lisbon’s Blood Vessels and Simulated Dendrochronology of U.S. immigration (video).  

Expressive’18 Arts Program Exhibition. Department of Computer Science, University of Victoria, August 17–19, Victoria, BC. Work: An ego-altruist society.   

Being There: ALife 2018 Art Exhibition, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, July 22–27, Tokyo. Work: An ego-altruist society.   

FACTT – Trans-Disciplinary & Trans-National Festival of Art & Science. The Cabinet Project at University of Toronto, January 26–February 15, Toronto. Work: Sill Moving Life. 


2017 

FACTT – Trans-Disciplinary & Trans-National Festival of Art & Science.
                    —. MUTE Gallery, September 14–October 13, Lisbon. Work: Sill Moving Life.
                    —. School of Visual Arts, Bio Art Lab, October 1, New York. Work: Sill Moving Life.
                    —. 7 Mares, November 29, Berlin. Work: Sill Moving Life. 

IEEE VIS Arts Program Exhibition: Sustain and Decay. Phoenix Convention Center, October 3, Phoenix. Work demo: Wage Inequality in Portugal.   

New World: Visions through de Ibero-American Design Biennial 2008-2016, MUDE Museum of Design and Fashion, April 22–July 2, Lisbon. Works: An Ecosystem of Corporate Politicians and Visualizing Empires Decline.  


2016

London Design Biennale, Somerset House, September 7–27, London. Work: UN/BIASED. 


2015    

The Art of Networks II, New York Hall of Science – NYSCI, March 26–May 31, New York. Work: An Ecosystem of Corporate Politicians. 


2014

Ibero-American Biennial of Design, Central de Diseño de Matadero, November 25–February 28, Madrid. Work: An Ecosystem of Corporate Politicians.

  

2013

Nightime-Dreamreal, Power Station of Art, December 3–March 30, Shanghai.Work: Traffic in Lisbon.  


2012

MOVE: The Transportation Expo, Institute Without Boundaries and Evergreen Canada, Evergreen Brick Works, May 24–Oct 8, Toronto. Work: Lisbon’s Traffic. 

The Art of Networks, Foosaner Art Museum, March 8, Melbourne FL. Work: Traffic in Lisbon. 

CES Consumer Electronics Show, Ericsson’s Keynote, January 11, Las Vegas. Work: Signature of Humanity.  

SMART Future Urban Mobility Symposium, Visual Explorations of Urban Mobility, National University of Singapore, January, Singapore. Work: Data lenses. 


2011    

European Researchers’ Night, Science Museum, September 23, Coimbra. Several works exhibited. 

Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects, MoMA Museum of Modern Art, July 24–November 7, New York. Work: Visualizing Lisbon’s Traffic.  

Design+Multimedia, Department of Informatics Engineering, May 16-20, Coimbra. Several works exhibited. 

Enter 5: Datapolis, international art sci tech biennale, National Technical Library, April 14-17, Prague. Work: The Morphing City.  

Electronics Alive VI, University of Tampa, January 21–February 24, Tampa. Work: Visualizing Empires Decline. 


2010

Smirnoff Nightlife Experience, Castelinho, September 31–October 17, São Paulo. Work: Sync/Lost.  

ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival, Electronic Theatre, August 26-28, Los Angeles. Work: Visualizing Empires Decline.  

Mediateca Expandida: Habitar, LABoral Art and Industrial Creation Centre, May 27–November 8, Gíjon. Work: Aesthetics and visualization of Lisbon’s traffic.