I am a multidisciplinary artist living between Porto Alegre/Brazil and Los Angeles/USA.
I explore the permeable concept of home and belonging through video, installation and publications. My work as an artist draws from my experiences of alienation and displacement. Through a long duration process of collecting, accumulating and displacing everyday objects, I am able to question how systems and beliefs are constructed (and disappear). My artistic practice comes from noticing movements and transformations, what forms culture and history. My recent works think through a decolonial lens of the invisibility of the south, focusing on the process and its duration.
I exhibit since 2010, having participated in several exhibitions and artist book fairs in Brazil, Uruguay, Germany, France, Portugal and United States. I am a MFA candidate in Visual Arts at the California Institute of Arts (2023), in the United States, and hold a Bachelor in Visual Arts at the Institute of Arts of UFRGS, Brazil (2015), with academic mobility at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina (2012).
In December 2019 I had my second solo exhibition “everything is carefully wrapped in dust”, curated by Eduardo Veras, at the Goethe Institute in Porto Alegre. I have been in an artist residency in Isafjordur, northwest Iceland, in 2017, after finishing two semesters as a DAAD Scholar at the Academy of Arts and Media in Cologne, Germany.
I am co-creator, editor, and designer at the micro-publisher Azulejo Arte Impressa. I have received two Açorianos Awards for the publishing house and two for her solo production: in 2013 Revelation Artist for her first solo exhibition, and in 2021, for the second.
Some of my works are public art collections, in Porto Alegre at the Pincacoteca Aldo Locatelli, and the edition from my artist book in brazillian collections (UFRGS, UFMG, IMS, UFPA Museum) and internationals (in Lisbon, Paris e Bremen).
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