Luisa Pereira is an artist, programmer, and musician based in New York City. Her practice explores new ways of engaging with music.
Pereira was an inaugural member of the New Museum’s Art and Technology incubator, and a fellow at the Processing Foundation. She has taught design and technology courses at NYU ITP, the School of Visual Arts, the School for Poetic Computation, and most recently at the Interactive Media Arts program at NYU Shanghai.
Her work has been exhibited in North and South America and Europe; recent venues include Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago de Chile, Loop Summit in Berlin, and FILE in São Paulo. Pereira's projects have been featured in design and technology publications such as Wired magazine UK, Creators Project and Gizmodo. As an interactive designer and engineer she has worked for clients like Samsung, Hermés and Google, creating interactive installations and experiences.
Born in Brazil, Pereira was raised in Montevideo, Uruguay, where she graduated in Informatic Systems Engineering before moving to New York City to attend NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP).