Pedro Marum is as a curator and artist based in Berlin. In his practice he explores the relation of digital technologies in gender, queer and feminist politics, having particularly focused on cybernetics, surveillance and capture technologies and clubbing culture. He is the initiator of Rabbit Hole in 2011, a Lisbon-based collective and artistic platform of creation, experimentation, and curation. Between 2010 and 2015 he has worked as a film programmer and curator at Queer Lisboa – International Queer Film Festival. He is a guest curator at SPEKTRUM, in Berlin, an art space of intersection between art, science and technology, where in 2016 he initiated the XenoEntities Network (XEN), a community platform with monthly programs that debate the intersection and impact digital technologies on gender, queer and feminist politics. As a DJ, marum is the initiator, booker and resident of mina, a techno party for gender and sexual liberation and hosts VANTABLACK, a monthly show he hosts at Rádio Quântica, for which he invites DJs, producers and promoters to play music and to debate gender politics and feminism in the electronic music and clubbing scene. He has participated as a curator, jury and lecturer in international conferences and festivals such as Athens, Berlin, Hamburg, Lisbon, Oporto, Ramallah, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, Rotterdam, Tel Aviv, Vienna.
As of August 2018.