“Filha Natural” (“Natural Daughter,” 2018-2019), made up of photographic installation, publication, a series of photographs, video and performance.
Born in 1974, in Niterói, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, she lives in São Paulo. She earned a bachelor degree in Communication Studies at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and a Certificate in Film Production at the New School University/New York. She is a multimedia artist who expresses herself through various languages and supports including installations, photographs and performances. One of the winners of the 7th Edition of the Marcantonio Vilaça National Industry Award (2019-2020), one of the most important in the country in the field of the visual arts, she makes an “investigation that seeks to reveal other corporalities, create meaning, give new meaning to memories and elaborate other forms of existence.” Since 2016 she has focused completely on authorial work, with the example of Jogo da memória (Memory Game), winner of the ZUM Photography Grant from the Instituto Moreira Salles (2018). She has participated in iconic collectives such “Histórias Afro-Atlânticas” (“Afro-Atlantic Histories”, Museu de Arte de São Paulo and Instituto Tomie Ohtake; 2018); “Histórias Feministas: artistas depois de 2000” (“Feminist Histories: artists after 2000”, MASP; 2019) and “O Rio dos Navegantes” (“The River of the Navigators”,Museu de Arte do Rio; 2019).