Brazilian artist Johab Silva lives and works in the Washington, D.C. metro area. He is a Lecturer at Maryland University and professor at Nova Community College, and one of the founding members of Kicker Collective. He owns a graduate degree in Arts in Education from the Corcoran College of Art & Design and a MFA from Maine College of Art & Design. Silva’s ongoing research explores themes of environmental issues, time, chance, and fabrication/consumption/collection of digital media, through lenses of a multidisciplinary practice (NFTs, VR, generative media, and performance art). His works have been exhibited nationally and internationally, including The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Transformer Gallery, Miami Art Palace, Santo André Museum of Art, Cody Gallery, Touchstone Gallery, The Wrong Biennale, and Kreeger Museum. Recent exhibitions include the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Portland, Maine,  His work has been reviewed in The Washington Post, Sculpture Magazine, Cruzeiro do Sul Newspaper, PBS, and many other media venues.


The way humanity is dealing with environmental issues is alarming. Our lack of responsibility and lack of planning for the future of our planet for next generations may have irreversible consequences. What should we do to wisely steward the planet we all have on our hands? What should we stop doing/or do to our planet for the well-being of all?