There, I was in contact with the primary forest, untouched by the action of man.
I also witnessed the indiscriminate use of forests, such as the Amazon rainforest, to be transformed in pastures and plantations for industrial use. In addition to the illegal extraction of noble trees, the deforestation also implies in the destruction of an entire ecosystem that surrounds each one of these great trees like insects, birds, small animals, plants that lean on its branches.
This project aims to tell the story of the great trees, activate their material memory through the use of the wood that was extracted.
A metaphor about the indiscriminate use of trees that take hundreds of years to grow and end up having a disposable use, which is the case of Samaúma (largest tree in the Amazon forest) that ends up being transformed in plywood to be used in construction.
The image of the tree skin transformed in veneer or plywood made me think of how we are capable of destroying nature with non durable products such as laminates and plywood.
seen beyond the lines and through the traces that form
objects and landscapes.
In a path of material searches, where photography alone
was not enough, the artist began to explore the threedimensional
universe of the image.
In her experiments, the shapes and lines composed
of various materials such as wood, acrylic and glass
appeared, bringing a new language to her work.
2014 - Design da Mata, São Paulo, SP
2015 - Foto/Formato, São Paulo, SP
2016 - Arte/Formatto, São Paulo, SP
Fairs and exhibitions
2015 - Feira Parte, Paço das Artes, São Paulo, SP
2016 - Sp-Arte, Bienal de São Paulo, SP
2016 - SP-Arte/foto, Shopping JK, São Paulo, SP