Brazilian visual artist Patricia Borges works mainly with photography and often adopts a multidisciplinary approach by presenting images together with texts and three-dimensional objects. Her images explore the details and fragments that mark the passage of time in the natural and built worlds. Starting in 2019 Patricia Borges’ main research focuses on camera-less photography. Her works on paper explore and update the historical process of cyanotype. The images result from a series of unpredictabilities from UV light exposure, pigmentation through chemical reactions and physical procedures with the material she uses to push the boundaries of the medium. Graduated in architecture, photography, cinematography and screenplay. Awarded at the biennials of Florence and Rome. Her work has been featured in numerous publications and exhibitions around the world and it is part of major private collections. Recent exhibitions include Le 228e Salon des Artistes Français, Grand Palais - Paris (2018), Tokyo Art Fair - Japan (2018), Luxembourg Art Fair (2019), Photo Israel - Tel Aviv (2019), Society of Scottish Artists Annual Exhibition - Edinburgh (2019). In 2020, her works were selected for Photo Milano, Festival de Copenhagen Photo Festival and Artexpo NY (by the New York Center for Photographic Art).