15 OCT - 05 NOV
Tue - Sat: 1 - 7pm
Sat 15 Oct 2022: 6 - 10pm
(Admission free, RSVP needed)
Rua Pelotas 400, Vila Mariana
SAO PAULO - BRAZIL
Artists mirror the period of time and culture they live in.
The unique and passionate ways they see and experience the world has the potential to inspire, spark change, break boundaries and reflect back to society.
- Ariel Zhang
- Aristo Vopěnka
- Audrey Aronson
- Becky Brown
- Beverley Irving-Edwards
- Bianca Turner
- Caroline Friedman
- Juliana Lauletta
- Kate Rossini
- Lewis Andrews
- Lorrain Mailer
- Mariken Heijwegen
- Millie Watson
- Polina Filippova
- Rhianna Selley
- Sarah Linda Cassels
- Stef Will
- Suzanne Harkhoe
Curated by Juliana Lauletta
I am a Chinese interdisciplinary artist based in Chicago. My artistic approach migrates between different media, such as painting, printmaking, installation, and sculpture.
My language attempts to re-examine the fragmented moments and explores the space in between presence and absence.
My interests mainly intersect with architectural and psychological space.
I studied for years toward a degree in textiles and surface design as I have always loved to be creative.
Fast forward 12 years and I am finally finding my way back to art. My art comes with little forward planning, using it as an outlet for mapping out chaos.
I am an illustrator and PhD researcher at Belfast School of Art, Northern Ireland.
I create clay object illustrations to explore western women's body image through girlhood to womanhood.
I illustrate my personal experiences to invite conversations about women's body image and its effects on mental health.
Caroline Friedman is a UK based artist whose work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in the UK, Europe and South America.
This work is the latest series in a series of art works that challenge the viewer to think and to question.
Caroline works in paint, fabric, collage, metal and glass.
I am a multimedia artist and independent curator.
My "Light Painting" photographs are created exclusively with long exposures, without Photoshop, using stencils and light tools that I build myself.
I was featured on the BBC, TimeOut London and Londonist, and participated in exhibitions in London, Edinburgh, Arles, Prague and Brazil.
My work is about exploring my identity - looking inwards to what is hidden - exploring juxtapositions between methodologies imposing rules and those freed from rational control.
Not fixed to one theme/genre - my work is a journey of exploration - looking for unexpected connections and meaning through making.
Fragile, seemingly ephemeral, inconsequential and often transparent, my practice uses every day, single use materials to invite reflection and to seek a way through.
I am a curator, arts facilitator and installation sculptor with a MA in fine art from UCA, Canterbury. Exhibit in the United Kingdom and now Brazil.
Through paint I explore my identity, heritage and cultural ancestry.
My great grandmother was Macanese. She immigrated to Britain after marrying a British solider. Our ancestors came from São Jorge a small island in the Azores, then moved to Hong Kong.
My paintings are thank you letters to my ancestors.
I am an interdisciplinary artist making interactive art, performances and video installations. I use tools and languages of digital technology to talk about love, loneliness, sense of space and my body.
I hold a Master's degree from the Royal College of Art (2021), and am currently based in London.
I grew up in Devon and am now a London based artist. I am interested in the concept of Being, and how we experience time through the still spaces that we inhabit everyday. I love the juxtaposition; such a complex, ambiguous and incomprehensible concept such as time is still so familiar, experienced through walking, and explored through such mundane actions like ironing socks.
Sarah Linda Cassels
I am a late comer to the art scene.
I trained as a nurse and worked for more then 30 years as a nurse. when my youngest child completed her formal education I found myself at a loss and decided to try my hand in the art world.
My practice focuses on my presence in space exploring elements of identity.
I am a London-based mixed media artist, working at the interface of art and science.
My medical background as a doctor, combined with a master's degree in fine art informs the work, which often investigates visible versus invisible aspects of embodied experience via the algorithmic gaze.
I am a Dutch Surinamese conceptual artist and technologist.
My art works deal with the exploration of freedom, through self ontological criticism as a spiritual practice.
I am an artist who identifies with marxist critique of political society, which sometimes results in protest art.