Co-director and curator of Cine Esquema Novo festival (Porto Alegre / Brazil), created in 2003 to explore the convergence and dialogue between film and video art. He started living in Lisbon in 2009 and, in 2011, he took a Temps D ‘Images Portugal festival program to Brazil, starting a friendship and partnership with Portuguese production house Duplacena. He was one of the guest curators of Fuso – Anual de Vídeo Arte Internacional de Lisboa 2015 edition and, in the same year, he co-directs the first edition of Loops.Lisboa exhibition alongside Israeli artist Irit Batsry. After 5 editions, the partners designed a spin-off project focused on a global exhibition network, now materialized in Loops.Expanded. Alisson was a freelance journalist and cultural reporter for more than 10 years, a book author about southernmost Brazil’s music scene (Gauleses Irredutíveis, 2011). He’s also a guest lecturer at IPAM / European University in Lisbon and Oporto and Co-founder at Beta-i, a leading innovation and entrepreneurship consultancy company in Europe.