Keyla Brasil is a multidisciplinary artist probing her artistic “becoming” through her political-trans body. By shifting gazes and discourses, her bodygraphy permeates the inventiveness of other possible existences, and the way they socially relate on the borders of a territory where segregation is the norm. In recent years, the artist's work has been heading in the direction of enabling actions in a context of “trans-artvism”. She has a degree in theatre from the Federal University of Pará and has worked for many years in fringe theatre, a way of taking the dramatic arts to spaces and people who don’t have guaranteed access to it. Her street performances have dwelled on the neighbouring fields of performance, drama and circus arts. The artist's work has been fuelled by the exchanges with passers-by, the exploration of the territory and the relationship of her political body with the street.