Luïza Luz (they/them) is a Brasilian transdisciplinary artist, researcher and cultural worker who lives between urban cities and the forests. Their practices are focused on the ecological and performative relations among subjectivity, digital culture, environment and communication.
They graduated in Visual Arts and also studied with Indigenous leaders as Ailton Krenak and was awarded a scholarship by the Ecologist Fritjof Capra. In 2017 they published the book named “T(t)ERRA: Artistic Pedagogical Approaches for The Cultivation of Ecological Cultures”. Their latest audio visual performance "After Nature Soundscape" (2020), a collaboration with artist Vi Amoras, was presented at the group show "Creative Code Art", held in New York, at Lightbox Gallery and at "UUU - Unbounded, Unleashed, Unforgiving - Reconsidering Cyberfeminism in 2021", held at New Art City, a virtual Art space and at the Komunalen Galerien, Berlin and at the Floating E.V. Luïza Luz is now a MFA student at UdK Berlin, at the Art in Context Institut, where they also coordinates the AsTA department for Sustainability and Climate Justice and teaches for undergraduate students at Studium Generale.