Neide Dias de Sá is one of the founders of the vanguarda movement Poema/Processo, which began in 1967, being one of the responsible for publishing the works Ponto 1, Ponto 2, Processo and Vírgula, linked to the movement. The beginning of her production, which dates from the mid-1960s, is marked by her association with the radical and politically engaged ideals of the movement. From the 80’s, Neide focuses on the creation of participatory works, in which the body of the spectator operates as an integral part of the artwork.
In 1976, she joined PUC / RJ, where she studied visual programming, graduating in 1980. Three years later, she completed her post-graduate studies in Art Education at the Benett Methodist Institute; She studied engraving and photogravure, with Tereza Miranda; Painting, with Katie Van Sherpenberg and participated in the Engraving Workshop, researching engraving techniques at MAM / RJ. In parallel to he studies, she directed the Heitor dos Prazeres Art Nucleus between 1966 and 1983.
Neide participated in the Venice Biennial in 1978, the Biennials of São Paulo in 1974 and 1978, and the 3rd Biennial of Mexico in 1990, among others.