Gustavo Caboco (Curitiba, Roraima, Brazil, 1989) is a Wapichana visual artist, who works with the Paraná-Roraima network and on the paths of return to the land. In his production, he uses documental drawing, painting, writing, embroidery, animation and performance to propose different ways of thinking about the dislocation of indigenous bodies, reclaiming memory and autonomous research in museum collections that aim to contribute to the struggle of indigenous peoples. He is the son of Lucilene Wapichana, with whom he works as well as with several other indigenous relatives. He has a degree in Social Communication. His main exhibitions include participation in the 34th São Paulo Biennale (2021); VaiVém (To-and-from, 2020), at the Bank of Brazil Cultural Center (Rio de Janeiro/ Brasília/ São Paulo); and at the 4th Ghetto Biennale “Vodou, Kreyol and the Lakou” (2015), in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. He is the author of the book Baaraz Kawau (2019). He designed the research project, Retomada da imagem (Reimagining Colonial Images, 2021) for the Paraná Museum of Contemporary Art’s photography collection, which also resulted in an exhibition.