Anna Costa e Silva (b. 1988, Rio de Janeiro) presents the results of her artistic residency at Phosphorus, during which she invited visitors to meet with her in the space, in a free interaction, bringing any subject they wanted to share. She recorded all of the talks and proposed dynamics to the guests, acting in the space like a catalyst of process, and afterwards as an editor of all this memory. The exhibition presents an audio-visual installation created with the documentation of the processes of meeting held during the residency.
The artist has a Master in Visual Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and a bachelor in Cinema from UGF (Rio de Janeiro). She develops hybrid projects between cinema, performance, visual arts and relational art. Her research is focused on human interactions and aims to activate processes of exchange and encounter.