Ana Elisa Carramaschi

  • São Vicente, Brazil
She is an artist and researcher, master in Visual Arts at ECA-USP. Researches on the relationships between image, space, body and new technologies, currently developing practices linked to digital fabrication laboratories. Her artistic research investigates the contemporary gaze to a world mediated by technical images and is based on the questioning of the image perspective as a portrait of reality, promoting reflections on the gaze conducted by devices. In her master's degree, she developed a creation program that uses pre-existing images as a basis for generating infinite forms in 2D and 3D, to discuss the role of the artist no longer as a creator of forms but as a creator of projects, processes and programs.