Education – Photographer and visual artist who lives and works in Recife, Brazil. Her work focuses on relations of power and its implications in the dynamics of communication. Is a specialist in Cultural Theory and Criticism. She has developed independent research, curatorial and educational projects articulated with visual projects. She has participated in more than seven collectives for two decades. Is the articulator of the educational projects Cidades Visuais, Entre-Frestas and Circuitos Possíveis. Received the 2015 Funarte Arte Contemporânea Award for the exhibition Não Dito.
Exhibited works at À Nordeste (Sesc 24 de Maio, São Paulo, 2019); Entremoveres (Museu da Abolição, Recife, 2019), Não-Dito (CAL,Brasília, 2019; CCBEU, Prêmio Funarte de Arte Contemporânea, Belém, 2017; CCI, Recife, 2015); Os da Minha Rua (MAB, Recife, 2018), Arte Democracia Utopia (MAR, Rio de Janeiro, 2018-2019) with the collective Amò, As Bandeiras da Revolução: Pernambuco 1817-2017 (Galeria Massangana, Política da Arte, Fundaj, Recife, 2017), Agora Somos Todxs Negrxs (VideoBrasil, São Paulo, 2017), Antilogias: o fotográfico na Pinacoteca (Pina, São Paulo, 2017); in the collective action Aparelhamento (São Paulo – 2016); in the collective exhibition Fotos contam Fatos (Galeria Vermelho, São Paulo – 2015/2016); at the 31st International Art Biennial of São Paulo (São Paulo, 2014) and in the itineraries at the Palácio das Artes, Belo Horizonte – 2015 / Serralves Museum, Porto, Portugal, 2015/2016); in the program Raízes e Asas (SESC VITRINE, Sesc Santana, São Paulo, 2015); in the collective exhibition Slides (Feira Plana, São Paulo, 2016); at the International Photography Festival of Porto Alegre (Fest Foto Poa, Margs, 2015); in the exhibition Marés (Sesc Sergipe, Aracaju, 2013 – Trotamundos Coletivo); and in the collective Linguagens 2008 (Museum of the State of Pernambuco, Recife, 2008).
She has participated in the residency programs of Art and Activism in Latin America, a partnership of the Despina with the dutch organization Prince Claus Fund. The third edition (2018) of the project had as theme Dissent and Destruction; Residency São Jerônimo, articulated by the artist Alexandre Sequeira, in the city of Belém / PA, with the purpose of connecting projects that debate permanence, impermanence, memory, affection and the city. The project focused on the Voto | Não – Dito in collective memory; and the residency program promoted by the artist Eustáquio Neves, in Diamantina / MG, under the guidance of the Terrane project, at the ENA.
She is the author of the book Voto, published by independent publisher Pingado Prés and the book Terrane (Recife, Retratografia, 2018, digital edition – a project developed in dialogue with Cláudia Oliveira, Lourdes da Silva and Luzia Simões). Published in the series Pretexto, of the Tent of Books; in the collection Other Photographs in the Brazilian Art 21st Century, of the Cobogó Publishing House; in the Journal of Borda (Editions 02 and 03), Ediciones Costeñas / Tenda de Livros; Ateliê Publique-se V.5, by Livrinho de Papel Finíssimo; and Linguagens 2008. Participated in the collective films [projetotorresgemeas] e Eleições: crise de representação