Wapichana Artist born in Curitiba, grew up listening to her mother’s stories about her family and the ancestral landscape of the wrought Roraimense. In his work, he reflects on the displacements of indigenous bodies, histories of his people and on the (re)connection with originating territories through art. 

In participating in the Concertation debate, he said, “May Mother Earth be recognized and declared a subject of rights, because for us, climate change is nothing more than a cry for help from earth.”