Fernanda Nogueira (b. 1982, Sao Paulo) is a PhD candidate in cultural studies, art theory, and artistic practice in the PhD in Practice program at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. She received her master’s degree in literary theory and comparative literature at the Universidad de São Paulo and in critical theory and museum studies from the Independent Studies Program at the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona. She has been a member of the Red Conceptualismos del Sur (Southern Conceptualisms Network) since 2008, with whom she has carried out the collective research project Redes Artísticas Alternativas: las ediciones de poesía visual y el arte correo (2010) and the exhibition Perder la Forma Humana: una imagen sísmica de los años 80 en América Latina (2012–14). She has also dedicated herself to curatorial projects that traverse research processes, such as Gastão de Magalhães: La Poética de la Interferencia (Document-Art Gallery, Buenos Aires 2012), Excitación Permanente: La Gang del Movimento de Arte Pornô en los años 80 brasileños (Lugar a Dudas, Cali 2012), and Videoactivismo Tropical: Ilegalidades transformadoras & Postporneando los géneros (Screen Festival of Loop Video-art Fair, Barcelona 2013; Austrian Association of Women Artists, Vienna 2015). Her articles and critical texts are available online.