Cadu (Carlos Eduardo Felix da Costa) is an Brazilian artist and educator whose practice involves the creation of systems and machines, installations, painting, drawing, and sculpture that incorporate natural elements. His work challenges the boundaries between human and landscape, and additionally, explore the area of sonic arts.
Cadu has received numerous awards and scholarships for residencies at the London Print Studio and was invited by the Arts Council (UK) to serve as a visiting artist at the University of Plymouth. In 2014 he participated at the Plataforma Atacama project in Chile and InSite residency program in Mexico. Recent solo gallery exhibitions include: Vermelho in São Paulo, Casa de Cultura Laura Alvim and Laura Marsiaj in Rio de Janeiro, D21 in Santiago and WU Lima. Group exhibitions include: “Amor e ódio a Lygia Clark” at Zacheta National Gallery in Warsaw, the 13th Istanbul Biennial, the 3rd Festival of Art and Technology Moscow, the 30th Bienal de São Paulo, "Art in Brazil" at Europalia Festival in Brussels, "Panorama of Brazilian Art 2011" in São Paulo and the 7th Mercosul Biennial in Porto Alegre.