Tiago Carneiro da Cunha's most recent work is essentially a subversive form of pottery. He engages issues of craft in an ongoing attempt to call attention to the inherently confused distinction between cultural categories.
Whilst da Cunha's work occasionally uses video and performance, he continues to explore, through formal means, the positive potential of incongruity within the language of contemporary sculpture. da Cunha provides an engaging example of a possible contemporary sculptural strategy.
da Cunha lives and works in Rio, Brazil, with recent shows including Misako Rosen, Tokyo; Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo; VPF, Lisbon.