Gabriel Pereira


Journal Articles

Raetzsch, C., Pereira, G., Vestergaard, L. S., & Brynskov, M. (2019). Weaving seams with data: Conceptualizing City APIs as elements of infrastructures. Big Data & Society, 6(1), doi:10.1177 / 2053951719827619.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Rehder, M., Pereira, G., & Markham, A. (2017). “Clip, move, adjust”: Video editing as reflexive rhythmanalysis in networked publics. Selected Papers of #AoIR2017: Proceedings of the 18th international conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. Link

Tiidenberg, K., Markham, A., Pereira, G., Rehder, M. M., Dremljuga, R-R., Sommer, J. K., & Dougherty, M. (2017). “I’m an addict” and other sensemaking devices: a discourse analysis of self-reflections on lived experience of social media. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Social Media & Society, 21, Association for Computing Machinery. doi:10.1145 / 3097286.3097307

Other Publications (lightly or non peer-reviewed)

Pereira, G., & Moreschi, B. (2019). Ways of Seeing with Computer Vision: Artificial Intelligence and Institutional Critique. Pre-print: (to be published on the Deviant Practice 2018-19 publication early 2019)

(Recent) Conference Presentations

Moreschi, B., & Pereira, G. (2019). Recoding Art: Van Abbemuseum Collection. Presented at the Museum Take Over: Bodies of Knowledge, Van Abbemuseum (NL), May 2019.

Pereira, G., & Moreschi, B. (2018). HISTORY OF _RT: arts-based data activism dissecting the “official” art history. Presented at the Data Justice Conference , Cardiff University (UK), May 2018.

Pereira, G., Raetzsch, C., Vestergaard, L. S., & Brynskov, M. (2018). The Seams of Urban Intelligence: APIs as Infrastructures for Developers and Citizens. Presented at the Cultures of Participation Conference , Aarhus University (Denmark), April 2018.

Pereira, G., & Markham, A. (2018). Museum of Random Memory: Engaging Communities in Data Literacy through Critical Pedagogy and Social Activism. Presented at the Cultures of Participation Conference, Aarhus University (Denmark), April 2018.

Schorr, S., Pereira, G., & Markham, A. (2017). Museum of Random Memory as Experimental Research Practice: Data Literacy + Activism. Presented at the Philosophy of Higher Education Conference, Aarhus University (Denmark), November 2017.