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Visual artist and educator from Porto Alegre, Brazil, currently living in New York, where she seeks places of silence in the city. In her work, the relationships between memory and the activation of real and imagined landscapes materialized in multiple means are unfolded. She researches graphic, textual, and installation resources and the relationships of the body in space.

She has a masters degree in Visual Arts studying contemporary artistic processes at the Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina. She studied Visual Arts at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre, with an exchange at the Universida de Vigo, in Spain. She is a teacher and a technician at the metal etching workshop for the Museu do Trabalho in Porto Alegre.

She participated in collective exhibitions in Brazil and abroad, as well as the individual exhibitions “Como conter horizontes” (“How to contain horizons,” 2018), at the Casa de Cultura Mário Quintana in Porto Alegre, and “O mar distrai” (“The sea distracts,” 2022) at the Sala Edi Balot in Criciúma, both in Brazil.


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United States (US)