Interviews with artists and curators
Cinthia Marcelle on her exhibition
Artist Cinthia Marcelle takes 11 minutes to share a window into her artistic process. Watch the video below to learn how she develops participatory structures that embody both order and chaos, what collectivity might mean today, and why she selected Oswald de Andrade’s 1937 script A morta (The Dead Woman) for her exhibition at the Wattis.

Cinthia Marcelle’s solo exhibition A morta took place in 2019-2020. Click here for images and more information.

Cinthia Marcelle (b. 1974, Belo Horizonte, Brazil) lives and works in São Paulo. Recent solo exhibitions have taken place at Modern Art Oxford (2017); Logan Center Exhibitions, University of Chicago (2017); MoMA PS1 (2016); and Secession, Vienna (2014). She represented Brazil at the 57th Venice Biennale (2017), winning a Special Mention. She was awarded the first Future Generation Art Prize in 2010. In 2019, Marcelle co-founded Casa Chama, a LGBTQIAP+ cultural care association dedicated to creating more spaces for research, discussion, and action for transgender communities in São Paulo.