(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1989) Researcher, writer and translator. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Arts and Design and a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, with research on political imagination and territorial resistances in times of social and environmental urgencies. She was a fellow at the Independent Studies Program of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona. Ana Luiza is the author of Nem depois (7Letras, 2019), and recently coordinated the independent pedagogical program Várzea-CAMPO. She has translated Donna Haraway's Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin with the Chthulucene—Ficar com o problema: fazer parentescos no Chthuluceno— and Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui's Ch'ixinakax utxiwa: um discurso sobre prácticas descolonizadoras [Ch'ixinakax utxiwa: On Decolonising Practices and Discourses] (n-1 edições, 2021), as well as other essays in the collection Pandemia Crítica (n-1 edições, 2021). She lives in Santo Antônio do Pinhal, Serra da Mantiqueira, Brazil, where she collaborates with the community organization processes at Caaeté, an agroforestry project, and Mutirão, a grassroots movement elected for a collective city council mandate.