Hilda de Paulo (Inhumas-GO, Brazil, 1987) lives and works between Brazil and Portugal. She is a transvestite woman, artist and curator, little princess of the decolonial transfeminist Brazilian Cerrado, author of the Arquivo Gis project, founding member of Cia. Excesses and the eRevista Performatus, and organizer and director of the Mostra Performatus. She is currently a Master’s student in Fine Arts with a course in Sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto in Portugal. Also, at the same faculty, she did a specialization in Contemporary Artistic Practices and, at the Faculty of Arts of the same university, graduated in Art History.
The artist particpated in national and international collective exhibitions, and some of her works are part of the collection of museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil), the Museum of Contemporary Art of Niterói (Niterói-RJ, Brazil) and the Memorial Foundation of Latin America (São Paulo-SP, Brazil).
Since 2010, she has explored a series of artistic procedures with an emphasis on expanded painting, mixing his autobiography with other real and fictional stories, bringing together elements of literature, contemporary culture, art history and mythologies from different civilizations.