Shlo (Luciana Shlomit Or Gama) is a brazillian and israeli photographer, a free media activist, meme activist and storyteller.
Streetphotography specialist, she holds expositions around the world, including Brazil, Moscow, Tel Aviv, Stuttgart and Berlin, where she had her first individual exposition in the IFA galleries (Institut für Auslandbeziehungen) between October 2013 and January 2014.
Shlo has a degree in Linguistics (PUC-SP), master in literature theory (UNICAMP-IEL) rhetoric and poetics image/word. Activist on the streets, pratices free media activism, specially as a freelance designer for grassroots mobilization in social network medias.
In 2010, Shlo was awarded the Ministry of Culture of Jerusalem's great prize and started as a citizen photographer at Reuters agency. She was a photographer and collaborator at Mídia Ninja. She currently conducts various workshops of basics in photography and urban photography at SESC São Paulo, along a fixed exhibition with MesaBrasil in the CPTM metro stations, about the awareness for world hungerness and food waste. She's also a photojournalist, and works for the IPEA magazine.
Nowadays, she holds a long exhibition " Bem Black" at Coletivo Digital in São Paulo , and collaborates on major networks, including Comitê de Jornalismo Popular (Committe for Citizen Journalism), Marco Civil Já (the campaign) and street campaigns for PSOL socialist party, specially Ivan Valente.
Shlo OO Aka Luciana Gama's Projects on LensCulture