Diana Policarpo is a visual artist and composer working in visual and musical media including drawing, video, sculpture, text, performance, and multi-channel sound installation. Policarpo investigates gender politics, economic structures, health, and interspecies relations through speculative transdisciplinary research. She creates performances and installations to examine experiences of vulnerability and empowerment associated with acts of exposing oneself to the capitalist world.
Reason is a flower explores the relationship between art and science. This series of short interviews, part of the Thoughts On collection, presents the perspectives of six artists who relate art and science in their work, exploring environmental, socio-political issues, and the impact of their practices. Reason is a flower: Thoughts On Art and Science features Catarina Braga, Miguel Teodoro, Diana Policarpo, Marta de Menezes, the group Entangled Others composed of Sofia Crespo and Feileacan McCormick, and Uriel Orlow.