ABOUT SILK IN THE JAGUAR’S ROAR SERIES
A deep, amorous, ferocious, voluptuous dive into the heart of the jaguar. Brief, reserved, mysterious, select, naked. This is jaguar’s roar! An autobiographical AI painting series, in which the author portrays scenes from her adult and young life using artificial intelligence as a way of questioning micropolitics associated with visuality and the hybridity between arts and technology. Silk in the Jaguar’s Roar is a faithful and sharp portrait of the artist’s life.
was born in Lisbon, in 1993. Graduated in Anthropology, researcher in Arts and performer, her work is based on an anthropophagist dialogue with the images of the consumer society, placing the contemporary artist as a hunter-gatherer of images. Her first visual series of fine art prints “Visual micropolitics” seeks to be a scar in the white space of performance. Her work dialogues with hybridism through a Frankenstein aesthetic, that is, an art of grafting and miscegenation, of overlaps or intersections between different cultures and artistic aesthetics, looking for new forms of visual and micropolitical sovereignty.