São Paulo, 1993
Luíza Luz proposes the experimentation and cultivation of human relations through transdisciplinary artistic, educational and research practices. She is the author of the book T(t)ERRA: Artistic-Pedagogical Approaches for the Cultivation of Ecological Culture (2016-2017). Devotes herself to writing, singing and song composition, performance, painting, creating participative objects and installations, collective learning workdays, and immersions in nature. Works in partnership with artists, integrative therapists, cultural and human development institutions. Also works by the diffusion and co-creation of cultures of integration and reciprocity with the living organism of the Earth. She is the founder of Escuta da T(t)ERRA (Earth Listening) movement and co-founder of MUDA Program (a Collaborative Basis), which is focused on Ecological Perception.

Luíza Luz has a licentiate degree in Visual Arts from FAAP (Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado) (2016) with specialization in Ecological Literacy, Philosophy of Language, Social-Emotional Education and Artistic Expression. She also has additional degrees in Permaculture and Sustainable Communities from IPEC (Instituto de Permacultura e Ecovilas do Cerrado) (2014), in Pirenópolis, State of Goiás, Brazil, and in Design for Regenerative Cultures from Gaia Education São Paulo (2018). She was a member of Terra Una Artistic Residence, Ecovillage in Liberdade, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil (2018). She participates in Physicist and Environmentalist Fritjof Capra’s scholarship program for the research network The Systems View of Life. She also participated in Virada Sustentável São Paulo (Sustainable Festival in São Paulo) presenting Ecologias de Si [Self Ecologies] (2018) project. She participated in collective exhibitions at Veredas SP (2015), I Scream (2015), Lambes na Laje (Wheatpaste artwork) at Red Bull Station SP (2016), MATU - Mostra de Artes de Terra Una (2018), and Identidades Autônomas (2019) at Red Bull Station.