(this page was last updated in June 2020)
Porto Alegre, Brazil, 1983.
Lives and works in Juiz de Fora, Brazil.
PIPA Prize 2020 nominee.
From the sensation of strangeness and disorientation, I am interested in building images and situations that seek to explore the challenge of attributing meanings to everyday actions and objects, stimulating the imagination by releasing them from their usual logic. They are exercises that aim to open space for perceptions, experiences and narratives capable of considering paradoxes and uncertainties.
Video produced by Do Rio Filmes exclusively for PIPA Prize 2020:
Born in Porto Alegre, lives and works in Juiz de Fora. Graduated in Visual Arts (UFRGS), Master in Visual Poetics (UFRGS) and currently pursuing a doctorate in Arts (UERJ). She also works as a teacher of the Visual Arts course at the Institute of Arts and Design (UFJF). In her work, she uses different languages such as photography, video, objects and actions of a performative or relational nature in a research that seeks to investigate issues such as ambivalence, paradox, uncertainty, indeterminacy and feelings of strangeness and disorientation. She held the solo exhibitions “Fundo do Fora”, Centro Cultural Bernardo Mascarenhas (2016) and “Lugar de Passagem”, Goethe Institute Porto Alegre (2012). Among the most recent group exhibitions are: “Fala”, Galeria Ecarta (2017), “Testemunhos possíveis”, Museu de Arte Murilo Mendes (2017) and “Experiência n.14”, A Mesa (2017). She participated in the artist residency program Sowing Seeds – Kaman Art Foundation, Rajasthan / India (2011).