Sylvia Diez is a traveler, visual artist and performer. In transit between Brazil and other places of the world and in the borders between photography and performance, the artist proposes images and self-portraits. Between light and shadow, she seeks to unveil the fragility-force of human feelings by crossing the memory.
In recent years, she has traveled and produced intensely. The main works are Aguas Passadas, Tempo Vivido, Impermanência, Selva, Essentia, Forgotten Lives and Anima. In 2016, the artist also accompanied two expeditions to Africa, Namibia - in the first, she photographed different communities of the Damara Tribe for the Future Past project alongside the anthropologist Chris Low; and in the second, San Communities for the Ubuntu Foundation.