Adriana Vignoli

(this page was last updated in May 2018)

Brasilia, Brazil, 1981.
Lives and works in Brasilia, Brazil.

PIPA Prize 2016 nominee.

The artist initiates new forms of sculpture from materials such as glass, soil, and concrete, employing digital technologies and, sometimes, interaction with living bodies. She elaborates phenomena from autonomous things in contexts of dismantling (tensioned spaces) that forge different temporalities, aiming, with each piece, to disconnect from mimesis and propose a new “becoming”. Vignoli holds a Master’s Degree in Visual Arts in the Field of Contemporary Poetics and a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture and Urban Design, both from the University of Brasília (UnB). In 2017, she presented the solo exhibition “Plano Imaginado” [Imagined Plan] at Zipper Galeria, São Paulo, Brazil, which was also presented in 2018 at Galeria Referência, Brasília, Brazil. In 2016, she won first prize at the Salão Mestre D’Armas in Planaltina, Brazil. In 2015, she won the FUNARTE Prize for Contemporary Art. Between 2013 and 2014, she worked at an art studio in Berlin, Germany. During that period, her work was showcased at the Nassauicher Kunstverein of Wiesbaden, in the Technical College of Visual Arts in Dresden (Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden) and at the Pavillion at Milchhof, Berlin.


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