Pedro was born in Lobito, Angola, in 1971, and has travelled the world, having lived in Lisbon, Chicago, Venice, Porto, and Milan. Boasting a PhD in philosophy and a Master’s in fine arts, he is also a recognised visual artist and editor, working in the areas of drawing, video, slides and theory. His artwork is represented by Galeria 111, in Lisbon, where he exhibits different pieces. He is a research member of the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Porto and coordinates the “Disciplina sem nome” (Discipline without name) collection of essays for the Lisbon publisher, Documenta.
Since 2007, he has created a broad cycle of graphic work in red, crimson or scarlet, which has been displayed occasionally and can be seen, in part, at an exhibition on show at Lisbon’s Museu do Dinheiro (Money Museum) until 4th June.