Artist Statement

Three words summarize my work: Body, movement, and transformation. After the separation of a marriage of almost 30 years, I began to raise questions about the view of patriarchal society, the objectification, silencing and erasure of women and the body in this context. I regained a close contact with my body and immersed myself in a universe that had been dormant. I was able to better understand my background and the relationship I lived in and started to study feminism. My life experience and the search for cure permeates my artistic processes, where I seek to raise questions about the impositions of the social model in which we live.

I like to explore different mediums in my work in order to spread my message. I am interested in dualities, and I try to address sensitive topics in a non-aggressive way. To intrigue, create some discomfort and to generate curiosity are goals that I seek in my works. I want to generate reflections, to make people think.

I am currently working with video and photo performance, photography, painting, sculpture, and installations. I relate ink, hair, sisal, stones, water, clay, elements of nature with the body. And these elements appear in my work in different ways. I often use my body as a medium in order to provoke sensations, reflections and stimulate changes.


Liane Roditi (1967) carioca dancer and visual artist, lives and works in Rio de Janeiro.

Her research starts from observing the body, movement, transformation, her experiences in society and the search for cure. She raises questions about the vision of a patriarchal society, the objectification, silencing and erasure of women, and the body in this context. Her work encompasses video performance, photo performance, photography, painting, sculpture, and installations. The Baroque movement has influenced the aesthetics of her works due to drama, dualism, light and shadow, as well as artists such as Ana Mendieta, Francesca Woodman and Tunga.

She has a degree in Dance from Faculdade da Cidade, studied at the School of Fine Arts at UFRJ and attends several courses at the Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage. She is part of the Feminist Artists Group coordinated by Talita Trizoli and the Hermes Artists Monitoring Group with Marcelo Amorim. Participated in the professional training program for artists at Galeria Tato, in São Paulo, and in the Artist Monitoring Group with Lucas Benatti and Mariana Leme in 2022.

Participated in group exhibitions, such as: “Cama de Gato”, Hermes, SP, curated by Carla Chaim, Marcelo Amorim, Nino Cais, 2024; “Corpo: Entre Suporte, Gesto e Dispositivo”, Fonte, SP, curated by Mario Gioia; “Caleidoscópio em Movimento – Entrelinhas do Cotidiano ”, Centro Cultural dos Correios RJ, 2024; “Afetos Insurgentes: Corpos em Conexão”, Centro Cultural dos Correios, RJ, 2023; “Corações à Desmedida”, Solar do Abacaxis – RJ, in honor of Rochelle Costi, 2023; “1º Performa”, Espaço Apis, 2023; “Paralela Eixo”, Galeria Eixo Reserva em Niterói – RJ; “O banquete: oferendas de amor” – Parallel program ArtRio – RJ, 2022; 1º Festival Lux de Performances – Lux Espaço de Arte – SP, 2022; “Cara a Cara” – Galeria Tato – SP, curated by Paula Borghi, 2022; “Encontro às cegas”, curated by Paula Borghi , 2022 – Galeria Tato – SP, 2022; FIDS 2ª Edição – Festival Internacional Denise Stoklos de Solo Performance, 2022; “Processos Criativos – Desdobramentos de uma residência artística” – Galeria Tato – SP, curated by Priscila Arantes e Paula Borghi, 2021. Participated in the artistic residencies: Canteiro, SP, 2024; Terra Afefé with Rose Afefé, BA, 2023; Casero Residência with Patricia Stagi, Parque Nacional do Itatiaia, RJ, 2023; “Potencializar a vida” – Kaaysá Art Residency & Potência Ativa curated by Paula Borghi, São Sebastião – SP, 2022; Galeria Tato e Kaaysá Art Residency curated by Priscila Arantes e Paula Borghi, São Sebastião, SP, 2022; Práticas para sustentar a imprecisão – Parte do projeto h e t e r o l ó g i c a, contemplado pelo ProAC 37/2020 “Produção e temporada de espetáculo de dança com apresentação online”, da Secretaria de Cultura e Economia Criativa do Estado de São Paulo, via Lei Aldir Blanc. São Paulo, Brasil, 2021