Luiza Prado


Luiza stands against a red, furry background. They have voluminous black curly hair and are wearing a yellow top and round pink glasses.

Luiza Prado is an artist and writer working between installation and sculpture, using performance and ritual as a means of invitation and activation for audiences. Prado’s practice explores anticolonial and more-than-human strategies in relations and knowledge between food, fertility, infrastructures, and technology, and she questions what structures and processes are needed for collective concerns of care. She has exhibited and performed at the Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Savvy Contemporary, and Museum Ostwall, and her work is in the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. Prado is based in Berlin.