“My fields of work are Installation, political, engagement with mass media, sculpture, cultural commentary, architecture and history. From this, I investigate instruments and knowledge that build our experience in the world from the physical and symbolic places we occupy in it.
Dictionaries, maps, flags, hymns, newspapers and television news are some of the elements on which I have already produced various types of interference, highlighting the arbitrary character and discourses of power that such conventions and systems of representation give for us to see.
Art is a possibility of throwing myself into areas of instability, conventional logic seems to fail, and official history appears as a suspicious, deliberate, incomplete, or partial version.
In recent years, I have been working more closely around issues involving Brazilian architecture and modernism, exploring in my work the notion of impermanence and the story told from the point of view of the “losers,” as well as the precariousness of the concepts of equivalence and balance.
An important element in my creative process is the choice and precise use of materials, the capacity they have to produce signs and function as condensers of narratives.
In this sense, it is important to highlight the exhibition Project Gameleira 1971 held at the Pivô in São Paulo in 2014, the Double Standard installation presented during the 32nd São Paulo Biennial in 2016, the piece Case Study during the 12th Biennial of Gwangju in Korea in 2018 and the project Brief chronography of dismantling presented at the Havana Biennial.