Lola Ramos
1994. Sao Pablo. Brazil.

Bachelor of Visual Arts with focus in Multimedia and Intermediate, University of São Paulo - USP.

Acts in the areas of Illustration and audiovisual, creating authorial and freelance projects.
She has done animation and storyboard courses at the Anima Mundi headquarters, as well as having participated in script and editing workshops.

Co-founder of Por Que Produções, with which she signs her audiovisual productions, and since 2014 she has been participating in the Por Que Heloísa project? as an illustrator and art director.
2016 she begins The Daily Monsters project, in which she brings original characters in the form of illustration, printed products, urban interventions and videos.

In parallel with her projects, she also works with graphic design, exploring communication in the visual space.

Lola Ramos


Daily Monsters

30.07.2018 to 03.08.2018

Lola Ramos is a multimedia artist who performs urban interventions in the cities she visits. Daily monstrosities is one of her projects that plays with the idea of ​​the friendly, vulnerable and even the tender of the monstrous. In 'ace she researched the feminine, the monstrous representation of the woman in different cultures and mythologies. She also intervened the windows of the Transversal Space.

I think it is necessary to discuss the implications of being a woman or of the feminine in a period where we talk about gender, social roles, patriarchy, machismo and feminism. Understanding people and experiences, having the ideal man as a point of reference, turns the feminine into the opposite, the strange. What does it mean to be out of the norm when in truth we are 51% of the world's population? And also: what does it mean that the feminine is so rejected by society? The feminine characteristics are seen as inferior, taking women to a low category and causing men to seek an ideal of hypermasculinity that is extremely harmful. This model of society and entity must be discussed and revised. My project seeks to highlight the contradictions of the feminine, exhibiting what is seen as forbidden, hidden.