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Beatriz Lobo Britto

  • CountryBrazil
  • Born1994


Beatriz Lobo Britto (b. 1994, Brazil) is a iniva’s curator since 2022. She is also a museologist, researcher and an enthusiast of non-hierarchical thinking. She believes in the equality of ideas and non-linear ways of composing and organizing them. Interested in performance art as a form of critique, and guided by a theoretical approach, she works under an intersectional feminist framework. Her most recent research investigates strategies to decolonize the curatorial through Brazilian art practices.

Beatriz holds a BA (Hons) in Museum Studies and a MA in Curatorial Practice with a focus in Contemporary Art from Glasgow School of Art. Her professional experience extends from community-based museums to artist-led organizations. Previous appointments include Programme Coordinator The NewBridge Project (2021-2022).

Beatriz has curated the exhibition Village Letters (2022-2023), co-curated Dancing In The Ellipsis // A Cartographer’s Black Hole (2022) and programmed CoLab, Contemporary Art Space, and engagement activities around Future Collect projects.