Curator, Producer, Environment activist
Lilian Fraiji is a curator, a producer and an environment activist based in the Amazon, Brazil. She is specialist in Cultural Management from Barcelona University and has a Master’s degree in Curating Arts from the University of Ramon Llull, Barcelona. She is the co-founder and curator of LABVERDE program, a platform dedicated to development of multidisciplinary contents involving art, science, traditional knowledge and ecology. As an independent researcher, she is interested in how culture is related to nature and how landscape is shaped in the Antropocene. She has curated several art exhibitions involving Nature, including “Invisible Landscape” (Stand4 Gallery – NYC – 2018), “Irreversível” (Paiol da Cultura/INPA, Manaus 2019) and “How to talk with trees” (Galeria Z42-Rio de Janeiro-2019). She’s also been the guest curator for Rock in Rio Amazon and for the open call of Natura Music Prize Brazil in 2020. Currently she is grantee of Serrapilheira Program, is the curator of the online Festival called Tomorrow is Now, curator of online exhibition Embodied by Forest (EcoArtspace USA) and is collaborating with SONIC MATTER_openlab : The Witness (Swiss) and The International Week of Music of São Paulo.