Leandro Nerefuh a.k.a. Libidiunga Cardoso (born 1975, Mogi das Cruzes - Sao Paulo) is a Brazilian artist working in the tradition of utopic projections about Ameryka and the unbecoming of a new human. Beyond the cave. Alem do humano. And how have artists revised the western civilizational complex by way of formal inventions in the field of literature/narrative/poetry, props, live action and kinema.
Some notable works include the lecture-performance 'The Telepathic Motion Picture of The Lost Tribe' (2014-2015) on the myth of the She-Land; the agitprop installation 'Macaco Abre a Bunda, Paradygmat Bonaventury' (2013-2014), co-produced by Zacheta National Gallery, Poland; the research work 'Banana Archive' (2009-2011); and the theatrical play 'The Oath of Monte Sacro, a pocket-epic' (2009–2010), for which the artist won the 2010 Brasil Arte Contemporanea Award from the Sao Paulo Biennial Foundation.
Nerefuh is also the founder of PPUB - Partido Pela Utopia Brasileira - a party active in Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.