Time-based productions in combined media founded on an ongoing investigation of interdisciplinary practices of art, science and technology, begun in 2009.
Art residencies are a modality of contemporary art explored as distinct projects that have received international support. With highlights; EME >> Experimental Mobile Studio commissioned by the Ministry of Culture in Brazil, The Dark Forest Schools Exchange, recently published as a chapter in the Digital Participation through Social Living Labs organized by the Queensland University of Technology, and more recently Gambiarra Lab and Invisible. These are collaborative projects that have in common fieldwork and community integration experiences for the realization of artworks in urban and/or forest environments.
In the summer of 2017 Silvia completed a Masters Degree in Culture and Territoriality from the Institute of Art & Social Communication at the Fluminense Federal University in Rio de Janeiro which was recommended for publication and is due to be published in 2019.