In sculptures, objects and photographs, Monica Piloni (Curitiba, Brazil, 1978) distorts the human body with dismemberment, omission or multiplication of elements that generate a disturbing, unnatural and morbid form. Her work, at the same time, questions the sexualization of the female figure and instigates sensuality through distorted naked bodies that repel and attract.
Mais solo exhibitions: "Cycle", Zipper Galeria (2019); “Monica…”, Epicentro, São Paulo (2017); “Ilegais”, Rua da Aurora, Recife (2014, urban intervention). Main group shows: "Demasiado Pasolini”, Biblioteca Mário de Andrade (2015); TRIO Bienal, MNBA, Museu Nacional de Belas Artes, Rio de Janeiro (2015); “Nova escultura brasileira”, Caixa Cultural, Rio de Janeiro (2011), "O Colecionador de Sonhos" Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz, Ribeirão Preto (2011). Her work is in collections such as Inhotim, MAC Niterói and Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz.