Renata Adler became a journalist and worked at TVGlobo in New York and Veja in Brazil for over 10 years. She got her degree in bachelor of arts from Emerson University in Boston, Massachusetts (USA), International Baccalaureate in photography, arts and complemented her studies in visual arts at the Parque Lage School of Visual Arts, with mentor Professor João Carlos Goldberg.

In the individual exhibition “The path of the planets” at the Parque das Ruínas Municipal Cultural Center, where she presented 25 works that proposed a dialogue between the earth and the planets, using techniques that caused chemical reactions in the matter, led lights and unusual elements such as coffee.

She was successful with the interactive installation “Camaleões e o Caminho da Transformação” at the Monumental exhibition, at Marina da Glória, by encouraging the public to cross a tunnel “between two worlds”, from inertia to success, according to her. The visual effects were due to the wooden sculptures hanging from the tree beside. Then she did a solo exhibition at the Casa de Cultura Laura Alvim, A continuous Transformation, with her chameleons on all sides.