(Recife, Brazil, 1993) Researcher and curator. She is involved with art collectives that discuss issues related to power and permanence, questioning the plots that enable the existence of collective practices that constantly update the notions of diaspora. She holds a master's degree in Art History from the UFPB and is a curator at the Oficina Francisco Brennand. Ariana Nuala is an articulator at CARNI - Colectivo de Arte Negra e Indígena and also at TROVOA. She coordinates the independent platforms Prácticas Desviantes and PULO - Platform of Studies on Images of the Diaspora.