Check out the two winners of PIPA Online 2022

After two rounds of voting, with 57 artists participating in the first and 13 artists in the second, we have the two winners of PIPA Online 2022.

Check out below who are the winners of this edition. The PIPA Prize congratulates the two winners, and each one of them will receive a donation of R$5.000.

Eugênia França – Eugênia investigates the human contradictions and ambiguities, especially intolerances and violences related to the inequality of forces and gender. She moves between her artwork and her job as a social worker, which affects her overall perception of the world. She fuses what she sees, hears, understands and feels before the other’s and her own pain. She links and visually embodies her feelings and perceptions so she doesn’t get used to them. She uses the uncertainty and unpredictability of the materials and supplies to build her visual artwork – which allows her to absorb randomness and incidents that empower her production.

Video produced by Do Rio Filmes exclusively for PIPA 2022:

Samantha Canovas – Samantha Canovas is an artist, textile, writer, embroiderer and art educator. Master in Visual Poetics, USP, 2017 and Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts from the University of Brasilia, 2013.

She began her artistic trajectory researching the limits of the materiality of painting, seeking to deepen her practice through guiding questions, such as method, drift, obsession and idleness in contemporary art. The artist investigates the textile as a escultural field, as well as its relationship with clothing, still seeking to dilute the border between art and crafts and to think about the relationship between the domestic and the feminine.

Video produced by Do Rio Filmes exclusively for PIPA 2022:

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