Luiza Crosman

(this page was last updated in July 2019)

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1987.
Lives and works in São Paulo, SP.

PIPA Prize 2019 nominee.

Borrowing concepts from Contemporary Design and Media Theory, Luiza Crosman’s work is speculative in nature and investigates the possibility of a cultural fiction turn reality and the planetary scale composition of infrastructures to contemplate art’s traction within urban spaces and uncertain futures. Non-linear narratives, performative realities and complexity of information are tools to communicate processes and consider their implications. Visual and conceptual distortions challenge the viewer into becoming part of the speculative scenarios she proposes. Drawing and computer graphic gestures are part of a feedback process which delivers images not entirely woman-made nor machine made, proposing a human and technology integration.


Video produced by Do Rio Filmes exclusively for PIPA Prize 2019:

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