Luiza Jesus do Prado, known as Luiza Prado (1988 Guaratinguetá / Br), is a Brazilian transdisciplinary artist. Prado integrates the search for solutions through the intersection between art and science. Her art research that involves sexuality and trauma, mental problems and memories. Its proposal is to reprocess and desensitize traumas and memories and their neural rescue through art linked to other disciplines, such as technology, physics, neuroscience and psychiatry.
I define my work as transdisciplinary through integration and seek solutions through the intersection between art and science. Despite an indefinite horizon, they integrate, organize and merge, maintaining the body as the character that moves between macro and micro, public and private. The body becomes essential in an aesthetic full of ancestral rituals and signs, keeping it close to the material it recorded, or even material that stimulates denial and repulsion. Consider this composition of a mechanism for the development of an aesthetic considered visceral, marginalized, expanded and, often, organic, processing platforms in traditional and technical times; fluids, blood, debris, oxidation, putrefaction and recycling. The feminine, decolonization, peripheral issues, deconstruction of privileges, sexuality, syncretism, indigenous ancestry, gender, politics, memories and psychosis - these issues, among others, are common in my work , triggered by my biography. Research that started with self-knowledge and expanded the need to be useful. An issue in which to make my body available in a political state. Like madness, an art was not a choice, it was a necessity. Choose a type of resistance and liberation, a method of reprocessing and various perspectives without limits of development, questioning and especially inclusive. news media