My research currently focuses on investigating — through visual narratives — experiences related to the effects and the presence of the forces of the living world in the living body, that seizes them through the affects, the percepts and the extra-sensorial.
I think that art, through the sensible universe and driven by a latent desire, can be a support to discuss the everyday life, the community and ways of life. To give us conditions to affirm and think about life. To transmit its pulse, to contaminate its surroundings. To dribble our ‘colonized’ unconscious and ‘un-anesthetize’ our decipherer body.
Graduated in Graphic Design at Escola de Design – UEMG, Brazil.
Lives and works on Earth.
— Para-si | Galeria do Restaurante do Ano (2013, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
— Open Studio at Sommerfest 2018 – »Love Is Reality«, in collaboration with Ricardo Portilho (2018, Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgard, Germany)
— Artists in Residency Show (2018, Arts Letters & Numbers, Averill Park, NY, USA)
— XI Salão Nacional Victor Meirelles*, organized by Nacasa – coletivo artístico (2017, Florianópolis, Brazil)
— Fórum Mineiro de Tipografia – TipoAssim 2005 (2005, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
— Tipografia Brasilis, FAAP and ADG (2002, São Paulo, Brazil)
Biennials and festivals
— 14th Videobrasil International Electronic Art Festival (2003, São Paulo, Brazil)
— 7th Graphic Design Brazilian Biennial (2004, São Paulo, Brazil)
— 8th Graphic Design Brazilian Biennial (2006, São Paulo, Brazil)
— Acervo Disseminado – Potes do Sertão (2016, Museu Mineiro, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
— Arts Letters & Numbers (2018, Averill Park, NY, USA)
— VMALA MTV, MTV Latina (2002, Miami, USA)
— Latino – America Grafica, Die Gestalten (2002, Germany)
— Disorder in Progress, Die Gestalten (2006, Germany)
— Colors Notebook project, Colors, (2006, Italy)
— Lift+ Conference (2007, Switzerland)
— Semipermanent book, DesignisKinky (2006, Australia)
— Tipografia Brasilis (2002, Brazil)
— Para-si, website A pattern a day (2013, Brazil): https://goo.gl/MmEfak
— Para-si, journal O Tempo (2013, Brazil): https://goo.gl/grHo5f