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Sofia Luz

Sofia Luz

Born: 1996

Hometown: Florianópolis

Based in: Florianópolis

Sofia Luz, 24 years old was born on an island in southern Brazil. She recently graduated in Law, but turned her studies and efforts into art. Coursed Photography and Art, and maintains hybrid photography works alongside documentary photography. She seeks through her art to show her feelings, wishes and uneasiness. The artist tests different materials and techniques, such as putting fire, ink, coal, flowers and many more. Looking at herself and trying to transform her concerns into images, she continues with the desire to touch and be touched by art.


6 works for sale

eteræterna

Sofia Luz, Brazil

Photography

$ 450

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Simbiose by Sofia Luz

Sofia Luz, Brazil

Photography

$ 370

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Ressurection by Sofia Luz

Sofia Luz, Brazil

Photography

$ 370

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Inocência by Sofia Luz

Sofia Luz, Brazil

Photography

$ 370

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Ardência by Sofia Luz

Sofia Luz, Brazil

Photography

$ 370

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eteræterna by Sofia Luz

Sofia Luz, Brazil

Photography

$ 450

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More About Sofia Luz

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What inspires you?

My main source of inspiration for the themes of my work are certainly my emotions and facts that occur in my life. It is through art that I vent and communicate what I feel without judgment, in a subjective and literal way. Nature also inspires me in the choice of materials and in the understanding process of what I want to transmute.

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Describe your creative process.

My creative process is filled with ups, downs, angst, and euphoria. Each process is unique, and art for me is a form of therapy. I am able to understand and put into form feelings, and allow myself to see me through different prisms. I revel the various personas within me, and dance with my failures and successes. Hybrid photography allows me to rely more on the process than the end product, and this adds lightness and spontaneity to my work.

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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Resignify, transmute, permit.

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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Helena de Almeida, Lilian Barbon and Catharina Suleiman.

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

My photographic camera.

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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

That the greatest enemy of creativity is fear of judgment.

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Where do you go for inspiration?

To nature, to quiet places that allow me to get in touch with myself. I go to music, I go to other arts. Being in contact with other people also inspires me. Everything that makes me think about life inspires me. Everything I feel can inspire me, if I can get in touch and transmute.


Credentials

Education

Law - CESUSC

Brazil, 2021

Escola Câmera Criativa

Brazil, 2020

Exhibitions

Intróito

2021

Foto Sururú

2021

Permitir o Afeto - Festival da Maré

2021

Virtual Exhibition New York Art Gallery

2020

Amago - Festival de Fotografia de Tiradentes

2020

Awards

Winner of a Bronze Medal - Maghreb Photography Awards

2020

Education

Law - CESUSC

Brazil, 2021

Escola Câmera Criativa

Brazil, 2020

Exhibitions

Intróito

2021

Foto Sururú

2021

Permitir o Afeto - Festival da Maré

2021

Virtual Exhibition New York Art Gallery

2020

Amago - Festival de Fotografia de Tiradentes

2020

Awards

Winner of a Bronze Medal - Maghreb Photography Awards

2020

Press

Marika Magazine - Issue n. 708 - Fine Arts

2021

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