Adriana Tabalipa 1972 – Born in Curitiba and living in Rio de Janeiro, she currently lives and works between these two cities. Visual artist, performer, recorder, painter, draftsman and free thinker. He began his career in the late 1980s. He participated in numerous collective and individual exhibitions, both national and international. He has won several awards and has his work represented in important public and private collections. Like the one of Gilberto Chateaubriand in the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro. One of her most recent individual “The End Factory Project” was curated by the Colombian curator Santiago Rueda and he traveled through several capitals. His works reveal everyday objects and places with direct reference in the relation between them and the human body as well as the energy existing in these relations.
My interests involve the knowledge and experimentation of energy. Whether from the action of the body on the physical world or the energy present in matter and in the immaterial. The impregnation of energy present in intimate everyday objects as an apprehension of a kind “Archaeology of Contemporaneity”. A quantum mechanics of senses and affections, memory, absence and presence. The state of presence that is able to channel the transcendent in the search for transmutation. The reorganization of materials capable of revealing re-significations. The poetic power that resides in the manifestation of a state of presence in the right here and right now. The practice of Performance Art as Art-Life, Life-Art as an engine to drive energy fields in polydimensional layers in a kind of Philosophy in the Art of Living. The “Open-Source” Methodology as a way of being together in the most essential expression of being in the territory of Art.