Yohana Oizumi. “Entranhas”, 2020. Sào Paulo, Brazil.
Yohana Oizumi is a brazilian visual artist, lives and works in Sao Paulo. Her research is focused on the resistance of materialities, such as the line, the paper through the clash between bodies through performance, drawing and sculpture until the exhaustion of matter and / or self. Through these artistic modalities, she questions social control systems and their physical and psychological consequences by deconstructing, reconstructing, accepting and reframing marks and molds.
“In this context, I crumpled a paper with my hands dirty with ink, until its fibers were exhausted and then I watched the light through the grooves and veins of this paper. And I reflected on discovering my inside out and on the internal possibilities that are similar to all people. I think that current cartography needs to be subversive and visceral.
it is a deep search for what we all have in common.” OIZUMI, Yohana.