João Vasco Paiva (b. 1979, Coimbra, Portugal) lives and works in Hong Kong. His recent solo exhibitions in Hong Kong include Forced Empathy: Anchored Monument I at Experimenta and Palimpseptic at Saamlung (both 2011); Experiments on the Notation of Shapes at Input/Output Gallery and Chirps at Fuse Residency Program, Videotage (both 2010). In 2011 Paiva participated in various group shows and conferences, includingThe Creators Project, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing; New Media Archaeology (I and II) Videotage, Hong Kong; Nuits Sonores, Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon; and Imaginary Belongings, Museu do Oriente, Lisbon.
What should I do to live in your life? is on view until May 12, 2012 at Bait Al Serkal, Arts Area, Sharjah