We like to work with a critical point of view from our society but with an uplifting and hopeful result. We hope our work can inspire people to make a better world not just for themselves but for every life being in the planet.
Iara Guedes is a Japanese Brazilian multidisciplinary artist based in Berlin/Germany.
She studied dance and performance at the University of Communication and Arts of the Body (PUCSP) from 1999 to 2002. Her interest in animation and its possibilities related to performance began in 2004.
She dedicated to apprehending the practice of computer graphics and related technologies to create an environment where live performance could be incorporated. In parallel to her performance and dance studies, she graduated Digital Cinema at the International Academy of Cinema and Animation of Characters at the Melies School from 2008 to 2010.
In 2014 she moved to Berlin where she focused in the development of an authorial work with strong Japanese Butoh influence. She explores the unfolding and intersection between performance art and animation, cgi, video, photography.
She likes to work with simple and poetic concepts, so she can reach all audiences, of all ages, social, economic and cultural backgrounds.
Her work is open to possibilities and she is interested in life forms and what connect all of us. Evolutionary process, dualities, cycles, repetitions, transformation.
  • Director (4 Credits)
    Old Prayers
    Music Video
    Better World Cup2019
    Animation, Experimental, Other
    Old Prayers Director's Cut2018
    Music Video
    The dream of the broken lamp or The dream of (im)perfection2014
    Experimental, Other
  • Acting (3 Credits)
    Old Prayers
    Music Video
    L'Enfant Sauvage2018
    Music Video
    Old Prayers Director's Cut2018
    Music Video
Birth Date
December 1, 1976
Nickname
Iara Guedes
Current City
Berlin
Hometown
São Paulo
Gender
Female
We like to work with a critical point of view from our society but with an uplifting and hopeful result. We hope our work can inspire people to make a better world not just for themselves but for every life being in the planet.
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