Visual artist. She holds a degree in architecture from the School of Architecture of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1986), in fine arts from the Guignard School (1987), and a doctorate degree in arts from the School of Communications and Arts of the University of São Paulo (1997). One of the first Brazilian artists to move photography from the two-dimensional field to the territory of artistic installation, Rennó addresses questions about the nature of image, its symbolic value and its depersonalization process. In her photographs, objects, videos and installations, she appropriates and gives visibility to an anonymous assemblage of photographs and negatives found in antique fairs, family albums, newspapers and archives. She has participated in the Biennials of Johannesburg (1997), São Paulo (1994 and 2010) and Istanbul (2011); and also in shows such as América Latina 1960–2013, Fondation Cartier, Paris (2014), and Cruzamentos: Contemporary Art in Brazil, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio (2014). She lives and works in Rio de Janeiro.