About




My work in the visual arts has the common thread of articulation, in the broadest sense of the term: I organise words, artworks, ideas, and people.




I have been working in the visual arts scene for ten years, ranging from public relations and international communications to curatorial practices, art criticism, research and management. I hold an MA Art History and Theory by the University of Essex, UK. I am from São Paulo, have been living in London for over a decade, and I am especially interested in exploring the articulations that are possible between European structures and perspectives of the Global South.

As a curator, I research and engage with artistic expressions with a particular interest in practices focused on ecology, the use of language, the legacy of colonisation and experiences of displacement. I am a published art critic, having recently reviewed art exhibitions for ArtNexus magazine, and I also write about artists for exhibitions and catalogues on commission.

Between December 2021– January 2024, I was part of the research network Land Body Ecologies, where I helped articulate a global collective of artists, expert communities, designers, conservationists, technologists, researchers, and activists from fields including psychology, arts, human rights, sustainability, sociology, design and medicine. Together, we used artistic approaches, design research and storytelling to explore human experiences and relationships with the environment. There I helped shape the communication of the project’s aims and mission, and acted as Programme Co-lead for the Land Body Ecologies Festival at Wellcome Collection (June 2023), offering fundamental contribution for the cohesion of the reseaarch’s public programme.

Earlier in my career, I have provided Communications Consultancy to arts organisations across the international scene, including museums MAAT (Portugal) and Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (Norway), art biennials Manifesta 13 (France / The Netherlands) and São Paulo Biennial (Brazil), as well as Lisson Gallery (UK), Latitude – Platform for Brazilian Galleries Abroad, and the Icelandic Art Center (through its national representation at the Venice Biennale).



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