1986, Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil
Lives and works in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

She works with art as a pathway and intuitive experiences, fiction, identity, and nature. Her practice revolves around photography and video, as well as installations and participatory works.

Sallisa’s work has been featured in the exhibitions Histórias Feministas: Artistas Depois de 2000 at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, MASP, 2019; Vaivém, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, 2019; Bienal do Barro, Caruaru, 2019; Estratégias do Feminino, Farol Santander, Porto Alegre, 2019; Museu de Arte da Pampulha, 2019; and Dja Guata Porã, Museu de Arte do Rio (MAR), 2017.

Sucata Quântica is a collective initiative to salvage objects, materials, practices, knowledge, and culture. It fights the logic of planned obsolescence through creativity, technique, research, and fun. The initiative was established in 2018 and has since been managing waste materials, holding workshops and training sessions for children and adults, designing and building sets, producing interior designs, furniture, decoration items and gadgets, and providing other services related to repurposing materials that are considered obsolete.