Ecos do Atlântico Sul
Diane Lima is curator, researcher and creative director. Master in Communications and Semiotics at PUC-SP, her work focuses on experimenting with artistic practices and multidisciplinary curatorships, developing devices for collective learning with special attention to creative processes and production of knowledge. In her interventions she discusses topics such as ancestral memories, liminal spaces, symbolic violences, production of meaning, epistemic justice, ethics and aesthetics of resistance and the decolonization of affections and institutions. Her most recent projects include the immersion in creative processes AfroTranscendence; the film Healing Time; the racial awareness program A.Gentes and the curatorship of Diálogos Ausentes exhibition 2016/2017 in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.