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Sofia Sartori dos Santos

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Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Bauru. Faculdade de Arquitetura, Artes e Comunicação (FAAC)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Sofia Sartori dos Santos, Bachelor of Visual Arts from the Faculty of Architecture, Arts and Communication, UNESP, Bauru since 05/14/2021. She is a member of the labIMAGEM-Image Studies Laboratory (CNPq) Research Group coordinated by Prof. Dra. Regilene Aparecida Sarzi Ribeiro. She is also a member of the grAVA Research Group - Research Group on Visual and Audiovisual Arts, coordinated by Prof. Dr. Joedy Luciana Barros Marins Bamonte. She is interested in research in the field of Visual Arts, video, Curatorial Activism, and artistic expressions that evoke the feminine and activism. She is interested in areas such as audiovisual, scenography, painting, gender studies, artistic creation processes, photography and body arts. She has experience in scenographic art and painting, with different techniques and materials. She has experience with creation and production of video performance and video installation resulting from the Undergraduate Thesis in Visual Arts. She has already participated in exhibitions at FAAC / UNESP, in the city of Bauru, she has done volunteer work in the Sociocultural sector of SORRI-Bauru. She completed the FAPESP Scientific Initiation Scholarship of continuous flow on 09/30/2020. She started the Professional Master?s in Media and Technology PPGMIT at UNESP-Bauru on 03/08/2021. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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