Debuting in the underground scene of Porto Alegre, Brazil, Miguel Soll have a processual approach to photography. Raw and dreamlike at the same time, his aesthetic combines elements of fashion, documentary and fiction, using the camera to create performative games where the relationship between the photographer, its subjects and the environment creates a space of experimentation. Themes like sexuality, memory, freedom and pulse of life are at the core of his production. Self-taught, Miguel’s work is largely shared online, and has already been published on websites such as Dazed and Confused and Art Das Kunstmagazin. He already participated in several collective exhibitions and in 2017 he was part of #Superflexcommunity open call, at Tate Modern, in London.