Since 1984 Fernanda has completed twenty-five public commissions and fifteen exhibitions, many incorporating moving images in novel ways. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. Her work has been recognized by a Bronson Fellowship, a Flintridge Foundation Fellowship, Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and The Andy Warhol Foundation, and state fellowships in Montana and Oregon. Fernanda is a pioneer in the use of outdoor video projections in public art. “Celestial Navigations,” video projections on a monumental navigational instrument, is sited at Seattle International Airport. (SEATAC) Portland State University’s “Intellectual Ecosystem” was a 2010 USA National Year in Review selection for its innovative use of moving images in a public place. Her 2008 video installation, Motion Studies, has screened at Rencontres Internationales Sciences et Cinémas, France; 809 International New Image Art Festival–China; Technarte, Spain; Madcat International Film Festival; EVA, London; Flying Films Festival, Berlin and at the Mumbai International Film Festival it was a National Film Board of India selection. Recently Fernanda was a visiting artist at the American Academy of Rome, to begin development of “Shadows,” a multi chambered interactive video installation. Her 2011 interactive video installation “Pool” was exhibited as part of the Bronson Foundation’s 20 Year Anniversary Exhibition at the Eric and Ronna Hoffman Gallery of Art, and video from the project was also exhibited at the Greestone Gallery in England and “Hidden and Forbidden Identities” Venice.