Sallisa Rosa

Sallisa Rosa, from Goiânia, has a Master’s in Journalism and Audiovisual Production from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Rosa’s practice is committed to contemporary investigations of images and themes that are important to her, such as her own identity, the female universe, future, fiction, and decolonization. Her work develops from urban indigenous photography – an investigation around a contemporary native identity. Rosa’s work has been featured in Feminist Histories: Artists After 2000 at the Museum of Modern Art Sao Paulo (MASP) (2019), VAIVEM, at the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro (2019), the Bienal do Barro, Caruaru (2019), Estratégias do Feminino, Farol Santander, Porto Alegre (2019), and Dja Guata Porã, Rio de Janeiro Art Museum (MAR) (2016-17).