Daniella Domingues is a Brazilian artist working in video, sculpture, drawing, writing, photography, and publishing. Her work explores how we relate to time and its materiality, and is often linked to the notion of territory and its flows. Her works have been shown in exhibitions in Brazil and abroad, such as Topologies of an Ad Hoc Future, Platforms Project, Athens (2018); When a wave rolls out and the next has not yet broken, Akademie Schloss Solitude Project Space, Stuttgart (2017); and Parking Lot, Kunsthalle São Paulo (2013). In 2014, she was an artist in residence at Paradise AiR in Matsudo-shi, Japan. In 2017, Domingues received the Illy Caffè Grant for the UNIDEE Program at Cittadellarte / Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella, Italy.
Belo Horizonte / Brazil — Visual Arts