Amanda Rodrigues Alves

Amanda Rodrigues Alves; photo: Jan Sprij

Amanda Rodrigues Alves

Amanda Rodrigues Alves (BR) is an artist and film maker.

Amanda Rodrigues Alves studied History at the University of São Paulo and completed a Bachelor of Arts degree at Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP) and a Diploma in Art Education at the Centro Universitário de Belas Artes, both in São Paulo.

She was a founder member of the collaborative group MICO, a collective of artists, architects, geographers and political scientists responsible for a series of critical interventions in the São Paulo urban landscape between 2000-2003. MICO's work was featured in an exhibition called Panorama at the Museum of Modern Art in São Paulo in 2001/2002. She exhibited on the 2004 Sydney Biennale, with a collaboration produced together with Thomas Mulcaire, and they also produced a film together entitled National Park during a fellowship at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Germany in 2006.

Amanda has recently been to Antarctica as a member of the I-TASC Reconnaissance and Communication Expedition crew, where she collaborated on the installation of the Groundhog Automatic Weather Station and produced video and photographic documentation of the expedition.


bio: 2007


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