As a multidisciplinary visual artist, Fernanda Porto transits different mediums, such as painting, installation, performance, and foremost collage. The artist was born in Porto Alegre, Brazil, where she initiated her career at 14 years of age and later studied fine arts at the university, she now resides and works in Berlin, Germany. She participated in artist residencies in Spain and Germany and presented her works in individual and collective exhibitions in Brazil and Europe. One of her outstanding individual exhibitions with a big public success was Excess of Contemporary Life, presented at Galea Lunara - Cultural Center Usina do Gasômetro in Porto Alegre. Independently of the used technique, her artistic projects are interconnected through a recurring topic: the impact of cellphone and internet use in our contemporary society and the effects of technology on our lifestyles.