Fernanda Nogueira is a Brazilian researcher, translator, and literary critic, as well as a member of the Southern Conceptualisms Network since 2008. She is interested in proposals from art and literature addressing gender dissidence between the seventies and eighties in Brazil and the connections between the practices of the Brazilian Poem/Process movement and the mail art network, which have used different poetic and political tactics to resist military dictatorships in Latin America.
She received masters degrees in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature from the University of São Paulo and in Museum Studies and Critical Theory from the Independent Studies Program at MACBA. She has been a PhD student of Art Theory and Cultural Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna since October 2013.
Nogueira was part of the curatorial and research team for the exhibition Losing the Human Form. A seismic image of the 1980s in Latin America, which took place at the Reina Sofia Museum (Madrid) between October 2012 and March 2013. She is also a member of Intellectuals Networks: Art and Politics in Latin America, a research group that is supported by the Getty Foundation and which recently held an exhibition at the University of Tres de Febrero Museum in Buenos Aires. Her interviews, articles, and reviews have been published in journals such as ramona (Buenos Aires), Arte & Ensaios (Rio de Janeiro), Artecontexto (Madrid), ERRATA (Bogota), and Tercer Texto (Lima), among others.