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Andressa Furletti

Multidisciplinary Artist

Andressa Furletti is a Brazilian multidisciplinary artist based in New York. She is the co-founder and artistic director of Group Dot BR, NY's only Brazilian theater company. She has a diverse background with degrees in Biology, Filmmaking, and acting from the Stella Adler Studio NY. She has also participated in the Watermill Center's summer program coordinated by Robert Wilson on two occasions. Her work includes stage and film acting, performance art, installation, and other artistic expressions. She uses various media to portray subtleties that our eyes cannot always see, such as patterns and the micro and macro universes that surround us. Through her art, she reflects on important issues related to society, politics, and the environment and aims to engage the audience and inspire them to think about these issues in new ways. Her propositional works are designed to be experienced through the senses, inviting the spectator to fully immerse themselves and consider its implications for their consciousness and understanding of the world. Andressa creates unique and thought-provoking works that challenge the viewer to think beyond the boundaries of traditional art.

Andressa received several awards including Best Multimedia Show at the United Solo Festival in New York for her debut solo theater show free•dom - a solo of many people, the Outstanding Community Service Award from the Brazilian Community Heritage Foundation, 5 awards in international film festivals for Separation Sonnet,  nine nominations for her performances and artistic creations, the Best Actress Award (2017) from the Brazilian International Press Awards and second place in the American Art Award for the photograph of Yes, All Women. Since launching her NFT collections, her works have been in over 20 physical and virtual exhibitions. 


Andressa's recent works include the play Inside the Wild Heart, an immersive theatrical experience based on the works of Clarice Lispector that premiered in NYC in 2016, had a second run in 2018, and was available for streaming online in 2020/21. She also created the performance Yes, All Women, which explores the alarming number of women who have suffered sexual assault and is now being presented as an NFT. In addition, she performed the piece #TakeASelfieOnMe in 9 different cities, including Paris, Berlin, New York, Amsterdam, and Rio de Janeiro, and at Burning Man. She has also worked on the films That Smell of Roasted Pork by Modesto Lacén and Vislumbres by Regina Miranda, the play Metanóia, which was presented as part of the Downtown Live festival in New York in 2021, co-directing the play The Passion According to Janair (May 2023), assisted directed the play Backlash to Brazilian Happiness (November 2023), and the video art collection Gaia Viva, which is being sold as NFTs and is planned to become an immersive installation along with other digital art collections.

Theater (Partial)

As Plebéias

Linha Cruzada (Skit)


Kin (Neutral Mask)

Consumption (Physical Theater)

As You Like It

Angels in America – Part II

The Way of The World

[The] Ophelia Landscape (Physical Theater)

The Serpent  (Physical Theater)

free•dom – a solo of many people  (Physical Theater)

Infinite While It Lasts  (Physical Theater)

Apple Of My Eye

Yes, Yes, Always

Inside the Wild Heart

Inside the Wild Heart








Hannah, Ethel (et al)

Mrs. Fainall

Ensemble cast









Patricia Carvalho - Brazil

Fábio Porchat - Brazil

Roberto Alvim - Brazil

Regina Gibson/Stella Adler Studio - NY

Jena Necrason/Stella Adler Studio - NY

Mike Grenhan/Stella Adler Studio - NY

Jenny Lord/Stella Adler Studio -NY

Steve Cook/Stella Adler Studio -NY

Naum Panovski/Mark Morris Studio - NY

Debora Balardini/Teatro LaTea - NY

Steve Cook/Theater Row - NY

Debora Balardini/Nublu - NY

Debora Balardini/Teatro Circulo – NY/

Shaun Irons and Lauren Petty/ Abrons Center - NY

Regina Miranda/Immersive Gallery - NY

Linda Wise/Aich Studio - NY

Jonathan Hart/Site Specific for Downtown Live - NY

Film and Video (Partial)

Maria, Ana Maria, Mariana 


Nunca Mais Vi Érica 

It Takes Two 

Come Home 

Knight and She


The Inmate

That Smell of Pork Roast 

Proibido Proibir (Forbidden to Forbid)

Desiquilibrium (Movement Film)

That Smell of Rosted Pork











Alice -Supporting




Paulo Halm

Marcio Mattos

Lizandro Nunes

Ljiliana Novakovich

Jonathan Clarke

Sarah Murad

Jaime Puerta

Jaime Puerta

Modesto Lacen

Jorge Duran

Livia Sá

Modesto Lacén

Regina Miranda

Performance Art

Insert Control Deck


You Felt It – Part One

You Felt It – Part Two



Yes, All Women

Banho de Descarrego ​- an Antisfascit Performance

By Outspoken Bean

By Andressa Furletti

By Andressa Furletti

By Andressa Furletti

By Andressa Furletti

By Shandoah Goldman

By Andressa Furletti

By Marcelo Denny and  Marcos Bulhões

Watermill Center – NY - 2011

Watermill Center – NY - 2012

Gallery 151 – NY 2012

Spring Break LIC – performance event

USA, Germany, France, Netherlads, Iceland, and Brazil

Pioneer Works - NY

Street performance - NY

Street performance - NY



Stratosphere - NFT Art International


Kalamint Times Square exhibition

SearchLight & Group.BR NFT NYC Kickoff Brunch

Mask Ephemera

The Mint Flowers


OneOf Hic Et Nunc exhibition

Domance - 360 immersive NFT Dome exhibition


Cr3ative X NYC


Planetario Nocturno

CADAF 2022

Sound & Vision Vol.1


Sabet, Stratosphere DAO and Neal Digital Gallery

The Philosopher and Ghini




Rebecca Rose

Lena Viddo and Trippy Labs


Searchlight + Vortex Community Circle








Gaia Viva #04

Gaia Viva #06

Resilience Flower in White

Gaia Viva #04, #06, #07 and #09



Resilience Flower in White

Gaia Viva Collection

Gaia Viva #06
Speaker at Hic et Nunc Panel

Resilience Flowers Collection

Yes, All Women 1

Yes, All Women 2

Yes, All Women 1

Resilience Flowers Collection

Yes, All Women 1 + Live


Mangroove Drop


July 24 - Aug 2, 2021 - Cathay View Art Zone, Beijing, China

Sep 7 - 30, 2021 - Cryptovoxels


Nov 3rd, 20021
Times Square, New York USA

Oct 31, 2021
Brooklyn, NY USA

November, 2021
New York, NY and Decentraland Pranksy Gallery (metaverse)


November, 2021
The Mint Gallery - NY, NY USA

December, 2021 - Miami, FL USA

December, 2021 - Miami, FL USA


Feb 13 - Mar 28, 2022 and AltSpaceVR (metaverses)

SearchLight Atelier & Gallery

June 21 - 22, 2022
The Edition - New York, NY

Aug - Dec, 2022 (metaverse)

Sep 24, 2022
Planetario de Bogotá, Colombia

Nov 11th - 12th - Web3NYCGallery New York, NY

Nov 22nd

EmpireDAO New York, NY


Biology Bachelors at UFMG – Brazil 2001

Filmmaking School UGF/RJ - Brazil 2004

Stella Adler Studio Conservatory - NY 2009

Theater Mitu Physical Theater Intensive - Thailand 2008

Physical Theater Intensive at Stella Adler -  NY 2008

Ron Burrus Acting for Film Intensive - LA 2009

Labyrinth Master Class - NY 2011

Butoh with Akira Kasai – NY 2011

International Summer Program at Watermill Center - NY 2011 and 2012

Choreographic Theater with Enrique Pardo and Linda Weiss  – NY 2012 and Paris 2014

Master Class with Mario Biagini from the The Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski – 2015

Physical theater Master Class with Thi Mai Nguyen from Compagnie du Hanneton – 2015

Butoh Master Class with Semimaru from Sankai Juku – 2015

Arts Administration Certificate at NYU (ongoing)

Special Skills: Bachelor in Biology (Genetics), video editing, filmmaking, drive stick shift and automatic, Horseback Riding, Horse Jumping, Brazilian dances, neutral mask, snow board, ski, singing, Portuguese (fluent), English (fluent), Brazilian accent, durational performance, intermediate hula hoop, basic energy healing, basic sewing skills, pandeiro (Brazilian frame drum) and movement meditation facilitator.

I use different types of media to express my ideas such as film, theatre, performance art, photography, and visual arts. As an artist, I’m interested in things our eyes can’t see; patterns, feelings, hidden messages, micro and macro universes. I look for a way of making them visible by using symbols and metaphors instead of telling a realistic story.

In Brazil, I started to develop works that are independent of words to convey an idea using body movement as a form of language. The transition to performance art was inevitable after being a two times participant of the Watermill Summer Program coordinated by the multi-artist Robert Wilson.

Because of my strong background in Theatre and Film, my work has a dramatic element to it and often includes multimedia and because of my Biology degree, my creative process usually starts from a biological point of view, from instinct and animal behaviors to molecular biology. I also draw inspiration from Eastern concepts, mythology, and psychology.

My work usually responds to contemporary social issues. I try to go to the core aspects of those issues and present them as a form of discussion. I like to offer the facts so the audience can formulate their questions and think about the answers. I don’t want to fill the gaps, I want the audience to fill them with whatever resonates with them.

Based in New York



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