In 2016, multimedia artist Linn found in music another medium to fight for the breakdown of sexual, gender and body paradigms. Her first single, Enviadescer, made a lot of noise because of its direct lyrics and a music video that openly displays transvestites and feminized bodies. Also with her other songs, like Talento and Bixa Preta, open promotion of sexual tolerance would be Linn’s main concepts. In 2017, the artist assumed another way of communication by launching blasFemea, her first audiovisual experiment, which she wrote and directed herself. In the same week Linn opened a collective financing campaign for the production of Pajubá, her debut album, which exceeded her initial goal and was released some months later. Linn has also been featured in Brazilian national cinema through Marcelo Caetano’s Corpo Elétrico (Body Eletric) and in Alice Riff’s documentary Meu Corpo é Político (My Body is Political). The actress also starred in a music video and appeared in the giant urban outdoor poster Absolutas, for the Absolut Vodka brand campaign in Brazil. Furthermore, she was nominated as New Artist for the APA (Association of Art Critics of Sao Paulo) Award in 2017. In concerts, Linn da Quebrada is accompanied by the music producer BadSista, the singer Jup do Bairro, the drummer Valentino Valentino and the DJ Pininga.
Photo: Still from Bixa Travesty (2018)