Visual artist and researcher. Since 2011, he has based his production around the notion of fields of invisibility, understood by the artist as spatially-configured immaterial mediators capable of structuring, organizing and controlling bodies, objects and other spaces. Broadly speaking, his work combines performance, installation and digital technologies, exploring interactive and participative aspects of those languages through the conceptual triad of body, space and information. These characteristics are easily observed in pieces like Estudo para duelo (2013), Le chant des sirènes (2011) and Redes vestíveis (2010). These guidelines also predispose Bueno to the sharing of poetics, which becomes visible in his collaborations with artists such as Paula Garcia and Vitor César. With the latter, since 2014 he has been a member of Grupo Inteiro, a group also comprising Carol Tonetti and Ligia Nobre. He completed a master’s degree in Visual Arts, in 2010, and a doctorate degree in Visual Arts, in 2015, at the University of São Paulo (USP). He was selected, among other artists, for residencies at the São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound (MIS-SP); the Delfina Foundation in London; and the La Chambre Blanche in Québec, Canada in 2011. His work has been featured in the group shows Mano Fato Mano. Corpo Circuito, at the São Paulo Cultural Center (São Paulo, Brazil, 2015); DEVIANCE CREDITS, Hessel Museum of Art/Center for Curatorial Studies (New York, United States, 2014); V Mostra 3m de Arte Digital – Canções de Amor, at the Tomie Ohtake Institute (São Paulo, Brazil, 2014); and others. He lives and works in São Paulo.