“Our Last Summer”: The Superb Collages of Maria Luiza Zanelato

Malu Zanelato is a visual artist living and working in Florianópolis, Brazil whose turn is to blast the screen with cut-and-paste vivacity and color.

Her art has two different points for perspective – on the other hand, the artworks can be more or less politically charged and a subtle way to make people reevaluate and reflect on their own behavior or place in the society; or then they can be spiritual because it’s the moment when she is creating the collages that she finds herself more connected to her inner world and feels a profound sense of peace and enlightenment.

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