Helio Eudoro is a Brazilian-Canadian multimedia artist based in Toronto. Through his photo-based, multi-disciplinary work, Helio Eudoro explores the layers of visibility that crosses dimensions when it comes to gender, sexuality, body, income, immigration, age and other forms of social and cultural exclusion. Winner of Acquisition Prize of Salão de Arte de Ribeirão Preto 2001 and Grand Prix granted by the Salão do Paraná in 2003, Eudoro continues to build an solid reputation, appearing in the major Brazilian art exhibitions such Salão do Jovem Artista from the Mercosul Biennial Foundation, Salão da Bahia, Salão de Arte de Porto Alegre and Museu de Arte Contemporânea do Rio Grande do Sul. Currently at 2019 Eudoro is taking his BFA in Sculpture & Installation at OCAD University in Toronto, Canada.
Thoughts About Art and Community
I hope that through my artistic projects, performances and art installations I can contribute to various issues pertinent to our time, such as sexuality, inclusion, self-image, aging, physical and mental health and to provide a dialogue and questioning of how we can improve our concepts And act in order to make our community more dynamic and inclusive
photography, performances, installations.