Roberta Lima - from transgression to transcription 

opening, Saturday. the 12th of September 6 pm (open until 9 pm)

Artist Roberta Lima (born 1974 in Manaus, Brasil; lives and works in Austria/ Ireland) focuses on her own body as theme for her performances and presents them using video, photos and installations.After graduating with a degree in architecture in 2002, she moved to Europe where she now lives. In 2007, after earning a Master's degree in Fine Arts, she began her PhD studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She is current Associate Researcher at GradCAM in Dublin.
Roberta focuses on her own body as theme for her work and uses various media, such as photographs, video and installations. Additionally that she investigates space and appropriates aspects of different places and contexts – from subculture to science, from popular media to historical reference and feminist theory – for producing art and starting discussions on the role of artist and viewer.

in cooperation withe the Klangspuren 2009
http://www.klangspuren.at
http://www.robertalima.com/

opening, Saturday. the 12th of September 6 pm (open until 9 pm)

curated by Karin Pernegger, director of Stadtgalerie Schwaz

in cooperation withe the Klangspuren 2009 www.klangspuren.at

Artist Roberta Lima (born 1974 in Manaus, Brasil; lives and works in Austria/ Ireland) focuses on her own body as theme for her performances and presents them using video, photos and installations.After graduating with a degree in architecture in 2002, she moved to Europe where she now lives. In 2007, after earning a Master's degree in Fine Arts, she began her PhD studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She is current Associate Researcher at GradCAM in Dublin.
Roberta focuses on her own body as theme for her work and uses various media, such as photographs, video and installations. Additionally that she investigates space and appropriates aspects of different places and contexts – from subculture to science, from popular media to historical reference and feminist theory – for producing art and starting discussions on the role of artist and viewer.


http://www.robertalima.com/