My practice centres on the (de)construction of landscapes with a focus on questions of temporality, frontiers and spatial delimitation, regarding both urban and non-urban geographies. These concepts structure my work, which finds expression through writing, sculpture, interventions, video and photography.
In 2014, I completed an MA in Visual Arts at the Universidade Estadual Paulista in São Paulo, Brazil, the core of which was my dissertation research, entitled “Notes on space”. Prior to this, I graduated from the Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Brazil, in 2010, having also studied Bellas Artes at the Universidad del Pais Vasco in Spain.
I have exhibited works at the Museu de Artes in Ribeirão Preto, the Memorial Meyer Filho, the Galeria Gentil Carioca, and I won the Acquisition Prize at the 21st Salon in Anápolis, Brazil. I have participated in residency programmes at Casa Tomada and at Ateliê 397, both in São Paulo, Brazil.
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