I am a theatre maker, researcher and creative producer working between the UK and Brazil. I hold a MA in Performance Making at Goldsmiths University of London, where I am a cultural entrepreneur in residence at the ICCE Department with PLATO Cultural Projects since 2018. The company is specialised in immersive and arts-based placemaking, working in the intersection of theatre, design and new technologies.
In Brazil, I am the co-founder of the devising and site-specific company Teatro Geografico. Since its formation in 2010 in Brazil, the company has created works in a variety of locations and always in dialogue with the city and the urban space.
My research interests include dramaturgy of space, spectatorship and the concept of experience, and interdisciplinary methodologies in socially engaged practice.
I am driven by the curiosity of exploring new performative and artistic formats that can bring unexpected layers to the fabric of reality and trigger new ways of sensing, experiencing and perceiving places.
My work can be seen in non-conventional places, as well as in theatres, in the public space of the city and in the nature landscape. I am interested in the dialogue between place and spectator and in the line between everyday reality and fiction, playing with the multiple possibilities of layering and "narrativizing" space and experience.
I completed a degree in Theatre at UFRGS (Brazil) in 2011 and an MA in Performance Making at Goldsmiths University of London in 2017. I am trained in Jacques Lecoq technique in Brazil, and I have also undertaken training with ODIN TEATRET, Theatre du Soleil, LISPA, Complicite, David Glass, ANU Productions, among others.