luïza luz

CONCEIVE SOCIAL ORGANISMS AS WORK OF ART / OUR BODIES AS POLITICAL AUTONOMOUS ZONE / PERFORM THE BODY AS LIVING SCHOOL / SOW FREEDOM THROUGH PRESENCE / REMIND WE ARE NATURE / AND EARTH, A LIVING ORGANISM / 

Transdisciplinary
ARTISTIC PEDAGOGICAL CELLS

2014 ++


  1. Living Matters BERLIN, GERMANY
  2. Life and Death Temple MINAS GERAIS, BRASIL
  3. Self Ecologies SÃO PAULO, BRASIL
  4. Ruins as Transforming Power SÃO PAULO, BRASIL
  5. MUDA Program SÃO PAULO, BRASIL

Performance
PHOTOPERFORMANCE SERIES

2018 ++

  1. UNA | Earth Series MINAS GERAIS, BRASIL

Academic 
PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL RESEARCH

2016 ++

  1. T(t)ERRA
               "ARTISTIC PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES
                FOR THE CULTIVATION OF ECOLOGICAL          
                CULTURES" 


Perception —

  1. Conceive social organisms as work of art. Our bodies as political autonomous zone. Perform the body as living school. Sow freedom through presence. Remind we are Nature. And Earth, a living organism.

Mark



Eco / Ego — 


Integrating Polarities


Brazilian transdisciplinary artist, researcher and educator. Their practices are focused on ecological relations and conflicts among subjectivity, culture, and environment. Since 2014 been living, studying and working among sustainable communities, urban and natural ecosystems, developing collective encounters and immersions. 

These multiple perspectives, are presented and experienced as living learning process through participative installations, wearable art pieces, interactive performances, experimental classes, and site specifics.

In the last two years, luïza luz has been studying singing and soundscape design, expanding the performative and aesthetic process of communication, teaching and sense building beyond the limits of spoken and written words. These are still “formaly” unpublished works, but are already integrative part of their current creative research.




Light is the left hand of darkness and darkness the right hand of light. Two are one, life and death, lyin together like lovers in kemmer, like hands joined together, like the end and the way. 

― Ursula K. Le Guin, The Left Hand of Darkness



  1. ARTIST PORTRAIT TAKEN BY ART GARDENER ANDRÉ FELICIANO | BERLIN, GERMANY (2019)



contact  |  l.luizaluz@gmail.com