Born in São José do Rio Preto, 1976, Lives and works in Campinas, Brazil.
The common thread running through Moscheta’s work is a great fascination with nature, and a willingness to travel and experience the landscape. This experience of travelling and living in diverse environments stimulated his interest in depicting the memory of a place, developing a classification procedure like that of an archaeologist questioning the boundaries of territory, geography and physics through art.
Since the start of his artistic career in 2000 he has created works and exhibitions arising out of journeys to distant places, where he collects objects from nature and reproduces them through drawing and photography, creating installations and objects.
Recent solo shows inclue 1,000 km, 10,000 years (2013) at Galeria Leme and the site-specific Contra.Céu (2010) at Morumbi’s Chapel. In 2011 he was comissioned by the 8th Biennial of Mercosul (2011), to produce work around his research on the brazilian/uruguayan border, and he participated in a residency onboard a tall ship at Spitsbergen, at the North Pole. In 2014 he participated in the Vancouver and Montevideo Biennials. In 2013, his work appeared in the book Vitamin D2, Phaidon, an anthology of contemporary drawing.