Vitória Cribb

(this page was last updated in August 2022)

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1996
Lives and works in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

PIPA Prize 2022 nominee

Cribb graduated from the Superior School of Industrial Design at UERJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Daughter of a Haitian father and a Brazilian mother, she has been creating in recent years digital and visual narratives that permeate techniques such as creation of 3D avatars, filters in augmented reality and immersive environments, using the digital environment as a means to explain her investigations and current issues covered by her subconscious. Vitória investigates the behaviours and developments of new visual/social technologies and transposes its thinking through the immateriality present in the digital.

In 2021, “@ilusion”, a film and digital installation by the artist, was mentioned and gained prominence in reviews such as XR panel from The Art Newspaper.

Among the exhibitions, the following stand out: The Silence of Tired Tongues (Framer Framed, Amsterdam, 2022); Oh I Love Brazilian Women (Apexart, New York, 2022); Segue em Anexo (National Museum of Republic, Brasília, 2022); Futuração (Galeria Aymoré, Rio de Janeiro, 2021); Disembodied Behaviors (Bitforms gallery, New York and Newart city Platform, online, 2020), The Brazil That I Want (Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, online, 2020), Beginning of Century (Jaqueline Martins Gallery, São Paulo, 2019).

Website: www.vitoriacribb.cargo.site

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