Pioneer in the integration of design, architecture and technology, Liana Brazil co-founded the experimental studio SuperUber with Russ Rive, with offices in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and São Francisco (US). Over the past 15 years, SuperUber has created over 250 projects around the world.
Liana is an architect and holds a Master’s degree in Interactive Media from New York University. She has published several articles and a book about Image and Perception. Her work explores experimentation in new media and interactivity, creating experiences that combine physical and virtual spaces. Liana acted as curator for the World Creativity Biennale in Rio de Janeiro, and has participated in festivals such as SxSW (US), Spot (Denmark) and the Creativity World Forum (Belgium). As the creative director at SuperUber, she has directed projects such as the Frost Science Museum in Miami, the projections for the Rio 2016 Olympics Closing Ceremony, and the Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro – winner of Best New Museum of the Year, South & Central America, by the Leading Culture Destinations Awards – and most recently, SuperViz, a multi-person VR experience for culture and education.