Claudia Vieira

Claudia Vieira

“Architectural Topographies [2002-present] is an ongoing project that records the lived experience of time and space. It examines the relationship of individuals to our environment through a series of site-specific spatial meditations that integrate drawing, architecture, video and performance. Since 2001 I am using just one visual element: a continuous line.”

– Claudia Vieira








“Vieira opens an heterotopic space for mutual occupation by the public and herself. Her seemingly simple rule of equidistant line vibrates, turning an ordinary space into a complex vertiginous space that surrounds and absorbs us, where the two dimensional, three-dimensional and four-dimensional intertwine.  A simultaneous articulation and dis-articulation of space the work superimposes extremes of scale from the real dimensions of our bodies in space to the tectonic scale of geographic satellite imagery.”

– G. Gerbracht












“Immersive Art Experience”, Industry City, Brooklyn, NY, 2017

“SNAP! INSTA! POP!, 40.6928°N. 73.9903°W. bushwickLINE”, curated by Lauren Elise Hirshfield, SHIM/Art Helix Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2016

“stairwayLINE_W25NY”, Praxis, New York, NY, Sept 2016 – March 2017

“GI408B_LINE, Govenors Island”,  Govenors Island Art Fair, NY, 2016

Context NY, Relational Abstractions,  El Museo, New York, NY, 2016





MFA Pratt Institute, Sculpture and New Forms, NY, 2002
New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture NY
B.F.A. Studio Art Instituto de Artes Universidade Federal RS, Brazil
B. A. Social Communications Pontificia Universidade Catolica, Brazil





Born in 1964 Porto Alegre, Brazil.  Lives and works in New York City and Porto Alegre.

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