OPEN CALL CAPACETE 2020 // 2021

 

This open call invites new proposals for the selection of 8 participants for the CAPACETE program 2019, lasting for 10 months, from August 2020 to June 2021.

 

The application form must be sent by e-mail to: opencall@capacete.org

The application form can be found below.

Along with the application form, the candidate must send a résumé (CV) and portfolio.

 

Deadline for application and submission of material:  10th January 2020.

 

 

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CAPACETE SP – ARTE

 

 

CAPACETE at SP-ARTE 2019!


With the sales of books and works by renowned artists, CAPACETE will enable the CAPACETE 2019 // 2020 
Program, which includes 6 artists, including 2 Brazilian artists, who will carry out their 
research for 1 year.

Come visit us!

We thank Andrea Fraser, Laura Lima, Falke Pisano, Ivan Navarro, Deborah Engel, Cildo Meireles, 
Angelo Venosa, José Bechara and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané for donating their works.



*** more information contact us by e-mail: member@capacete.org

CAPACETE PROGRAMME 2019 // 2020

 

 

This open call invites new proposals for the selection of 6 participants for the CAPACETE programme 2019 //2020

lasting for 10 months, from August 2019 to June 2020

 

The CAPACETE 2019 // 2020 programme is guided by the theme of Reconstructing the Senses to find collective ways of inhabiting a world where veiled and explicit violence and expropriating dynamics dominate. The programme looks towards an ecology of knowledges and cosmologies, with guests that articulate this vision. The activities concentrate on the self-management of the CAPACETE space and on collectivity as a mode of research and knowledge. 
 
For more information, see the documents below:

Deadline for application and submission of material: February 8th 2019.

Registration is free.

 

 

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La presente convocatoria abre las inscripciones para la selección de 6 participantes para el programa CAPACETE 2019 // 2020 

con una duración de 10 meses, de agosto 2019 a junio de 2020.



El programa CAPACETE 2019 // 2020 está guiado por el tema de Reconstruir los sentidos para encontrar formas colectivas de habitar en un mundo donde predominan la violencia velada y explícita y la dinámica de expropiación. El programa mira hacia una ecología de conocimientos y cosmologías, con invitados que articulan esta visión. Las actividades se centran en la autogestión del espacio de CAPACETE y en la colectividad como modo de investigación y conocimiento.

 
Para obtener más información, consulte los documentos abajo: 

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Fecha límite de inscripción y envío del material: 8 de Febrero de 2019.
 
La inscripción es gratuita.

Residency CAPACETE + Mophradat

 

Open call: Residency for a curator at Capacete in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, April 1 to June 30, 2019
Deadline: September 14

دعوة مفتوحة: إقامة فنية لقيم فني/قيمة فنية مدتها ثلاثة أشهر في كاباسيتى في ريودي جانيرو، البرازيل، من ١ ابريل حتى ٣٠ يونيو/حزيران، ٢٠١٩
أخر موعد للتقدم: ١٤ سبتمبر/أيلول

Mophradat in collaboration with Capacete in Rio de Janeiro, #Brazil, is offering a residency opportunity for one curator from the Arab world to develop their practice in a professional context. The residency lasts for three months, with flights, accommodation, visa and insurance costs, and monthly stipend provided, and includes the opportunity to participate in all of Capacete’s programs and a suggested program of visits to galleries and sites of interest in Rio de Janeiro, as well as to meet arts practitioners in the Brazilian art scene. More details and to apply: http://mophradat.org/projects-we-organize/residencies/apply/

تتعاون «مفردات» مع كاباسيتى في ريودي جانيروعلى فرصة إقامة للقيمين الفنيين من العالم العربي لتطوير ممارستهم في سياق محترف وإنتاج مشاريع جديدة تعكس تجاربهم وبحثهم. تستمر الإقامة ثلاثة أشهر ويتم تغطية تكاليف السفر والإقامة والفيزا والتأمين والمصاريف اليومية وتضمن فرصة الإشتراك في كل برامج كاباسيتى وبرنامج مقترح لزيارات لمعارض ومواقع مثيرة للاهتمام في ريودي جانيرو بالإضافة لمقابلة ممارسين فنيين في المشهد الفني البرازيلي. للمزيد من المعلومات ولطلب الالتحاق، إضغط هنا: http://mophradat.org/projects-we-organize/residencies/apply/
طلب الالتحاق باللغة الانجليزية فقط لأنها سوف تكون لغة عمل الإقامة.


CAPACETE PROGRAMME 2019

 

 

This open call invites new proposals for the selection of 10 participants for the CAPACETE programme 2019, lasting for 10 months, from March 2019 to December 2019

 

The application form must be sent by e-mail to: opencall@capacete.org

The application form can be found below.

Along with the application form, the candidate must send a résumé (CV) and portfolio.

 

Deadline for application and submission of material:  10th June 2018.

 

Registration is free.

 

Download (PDF, 115KB)

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WCW-nine

 

 

WCW-nine

a group exhibition
in a hotel room

Openning: March 17th , 17h
Exhibition: 18 to 22 / March,
10h – 19h

Hotel Ipanema Inn,

Charlotte Arnhold, Oliver Bulas, Vivian Caccuri, Loretta Fahrenholz, Jeanne Faust, Julia Horstmann, Daniela Mattos, Michaela Melián, Mariana Meneguetti, coletivo de artistas OPAVIVARÁ!i, coletivo de artistas Jochen Schmith, Caroline Valansi, Aleta Valente, Andrea Winkler
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Events:

17 de Março, 17h No quarto:
Performance por Aleta Valente
Performance “Oferenda (La Libertad)” por Daniela Mattos
18h:
Performance “MAKING HISTORY SERIES – PT 1” Por Charlotte Arnhold

na praia:
Happening por OPAVIVARÁ!i

18 de Março, 17h No quarto:
Performance “Dissimulado” por Vivian Caccuri
apresentação “Luna Park” por Michaela Melián
18H:
Performance: “MAKING HISTORY SERIES – PT 2” Por Charlotte Arnhold

21 de Março, 17h No quarto:
apresentação do video “Implosion” por Loretta Fahrenholz

Production:
Capacete, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Goethe Institut Rio de Janeiro


FúriA DissidentE

A utilização do pornô com intenções políticas e libertárias CONTRA a indústria massacrante da pornografia normativa e do patriarcado branco cismagroheteronormativo, que extermina como em matadouros azougues xs corpos marginalizades.

Este é um chamado a revolta e insurreição transfeminista!
A residente Bruna Kury convida performers com suas corpas desobedientes que fazem e pensam em pós-pornô sudaka para o Capacete. A artista que breve em sua residência vai experimentar e trocar com sua proposta de “OFICINA DE VÔMITO” e com o conceito de “PORNORECICLE” convida para esse primeiro encontro para que possamos começar a pensar em interseccionalizações e anarcxtransfeminismo. DIY!

COM:
Bruna Kury (Brasil)
Walla Capelobo (Brasil)
Igor Gonçalves (Brasil)
Constanza Castillo-Missogina (Chile)
PachaQueer (Equador)
Paulx Castello (Brasil-Argentina)
Promískua (Transfronteiriça)
Mucha_chx (Andina)
Ventura Profana (Brasil)
Rodrigo Alcântara (Brasil)
Zene Gatynha (Brasil)
****sem fronteiras!****

XXX
*O projeto PORNOPIRATA foi criado para ser fonte de renda e autonomia na marginalidade; popularização da PÓS-PORNO e afronta a heteronormatividade compulsória, a idéia é participar de eventos e feiras principalmente na rua (durante a residência haverá intervenções camelô banquinha no Saara) para mostrar que outro pornô é possível e muitas vezes nossos tesões estão condicionados. Sexorcismos, pornoterrorismo, pós pornografia, glitterrorismo, sexualidades dissidentes, corpas não assimiláveis e marginalizadxs e oprimidxs, corpxs gordxs, travestis, ditas doentes, doentes, cyborgs, kuirs, sudakas, negrxs, indigenxs, trans, intersexs, com diversidades funcionais, ditas sujas, sujas, antiheterokapital.
O projeto é distribuído e pirateado pela Bruna Kury.

XXX
Mostra póspornô gordx e conversa sobre – por Missogina
Mostra de material recompilado sobre pós-pornô gordx, com o objetivo de visibilizar os corpos gordos como corporalidades sexuais, os distintos tipos de corpos gordos (sudakas, negrxs, trans, com diversidade funcional, etc.), o espaço que ocupam no ativismo pornô e a experiência de colocar o corpo gordo no sexo. quais corpos podem fazer pósporno? Um corpo gordo pode ser um corpo pósporno?

XXX
Despacho decolonial

O silêncio gera o ruído que convoca o rito e transforma a fala em vômito. Pelo rabisco a escrita rompe o silenciamento gerando queima da colonialidade existente na porosidade da pele. Entre os ruídos e sussurros uma corpa circunscreve os delírios dos sonhos ancestrais. Regurgita e explode de revolta.
Sobre subjetividade não capitalizada, sobre corpos não decifrados pelo falo-capitalismo.
Consumida pelo fogo, sacia o desejo do estômago enterrando a fantasia de nacionalidade.
Zene Gatynha

XXX
Performance: Caixão e vela preta

Transformação por meio da perfuração. Rito de expurgação dos agressores por meio de conhecimento intuitivo e instintivo e composição de afetos e prazeres. Um convite a criação de um corpo e obtenção da autonomia desse corpo.
Walla Capelobo, Rastricinha, Gatynha.

XXX

O primeiro cordel do Coletivo Xica Manicongo intitulado “Sertransneja” estará exposto junto aos novos trabalhos de cordel “Manifesto Traveco-terrorista”, de Tertuliana Lustosa, com capa Giorgia Narciso e com o lançamento do “Cordel Pornô”, de Tertuliana Lustosa tambem com fotografias de Mayara Velozo

XXX
Comidinhas délyz por La Gorda Vegana –https://www.facebook.com/lagordavegananomada/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



The Cooperativist Society Tools for a Cooperative Ecosystem: Circular Economy in Practice

 

Public Programs, Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18, 2017

The Cooperativist Society
Tools for a Cooperative Ecosystem: Circular Economy in Practice
Workshops, Talks, and Discussion
Athens School of Fine Arts, Giorgio De Chirico Amphitheater, 256 Pireos Street
The ideas of a circular economy and a fair ecosystem (economy and ecology) are concerned with building a new type of world, connecting and establishing a network of self-employed people, collectives, and committed individuals, beyond borders and nations through structures like FreedomCoop and digital crypto-currencies like FairCoin. The goal is to replace the present profit-oriented economic system with one centered around fairness, ideas of cooperation, and environmental sustainability. The aim of the event hosted by the Cooperativist Society is to raise awareness, share knowledge, and spread information concerning the use of FairCoin and other aspects of the circular economy’s network structures, as well as to help establish and strengthen local initiatives, incubating new cooperative projects and sharing new potential ideas.It is, after all, necessary to move past rhetoric and build practical and viable alternatives to today’s financial establishment. In the specific case of Greece and the political issues concerning the threat of a so-called Grexit, any radical movement will have to think very seriously about economic alternatives to the Euro, and, more broadly, to present concrete and coherent choices instead of the austerity-driven, export-dominated, and ecologically unsustainable course of the “official” Greek economy. If leaving the eurozone implies total economic chaos and dislocation, it is clear that, for lack of an alternative, Greece will be trapped in the vicious cycle of further austerity. Ultimately, the brakes will be put on any form of serious social resistance. Solving this difficulty implies thinking about different currencies instead of relying on the Euro, ways of living and thinking that are different from the consumerism of the establishment, and progressing in the social direction advocated by cooperative ecosystems like FairCoop.

The two days of events will focus on practice, on learning to build your cooperative project, on meeting and collaborating with others with the same interests, on learning how to use FairCoin as a digital currency for a fair economy, and on creating a process within which a circular economy in Athens and beyond could become a reality.

You are welcome!

Program

Friday March 17, 2017
4–9 pm

4–4:55 pm
Introduction to the concept of circular economies

5–6:55 pm
Open cooperation tools: members of the Open Collaborative Platform (OCP) showcase projects and speak about economic management within an ecosystem
Cooperative incubator: open space to share ideas for cooperative projects (artist cooperatives, Fairbnb, and more)

7:10—9 pm
Cooperative incubator: legal coop framework in Greece
FreedomCoop: general introduction

Circular economy
FairCoin: Wallet Party. Bring your phone or your laptop (the event will be repeated on Saturday)

Saturday March 18, 2017
11 am–8 pm

11 am–12:45 pm
Circular economy mapping: add your project to the map

11 am–3 pm
Cooperative incubator: open development meetings for selected projects

1–3 pm
FairCoin: Wallet Party. Bring your phone or your laptop

4–5:45 pm
Open cooperation tools: OCP (Open Collaborative Platform), learn to configure your project
Circular economy: Fairpay cards and POS workshop

6 pm
Cooperative incubator and circular economy: plenary, conclusions, synergies, and planning of follow up meetings


News

More info:

http://us6.campaign-archive2.com/?u=a8356c53eafe14c1acc1e7c7b&id=88cb76cc07&e=9e3b3f5d69

Drinking while walking while hosting while thinking while making together is the leitmotiv of BAR project, who takes its name from the popular and social gathering place in south European culture in order to recontextualize it and be able to work and practice (reflection-in-action) in a flexible, informal and critical way. This working condition and status goes beyond the bar extending curatorial practice into working on public realm and takes the city of Barcelona as a public project space. continues
The BAR International Symposium “Making Public Program” consist in an intensive week of working groups, roundtables, actions, My studio visit, Walking tour, performances and drinks to celebrate BAR project 2013-2017 Public Program and reflect on the past, present and future of what public programing means. A number of guest practitioners will spend a whole week in Barcelona in order to discuss and perform together on the topic; the output of that brainwork will be made public and opened to the participants of the symposium and to a larger public through the various activities building the symposium. continues

SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM
Registration until the 15th of March 2017

20th March
10am-1pm The Walking tour (Raval&Poble sec area), working groups (closed, Fabra i Coats)
4-6,30pm “Making Public Program” round table, Auditorium, Fundació Antoni Tàpies
Emily Pethick (Showroom, London)
Pablo Martínez (MACBA, Barcelona)
Santiago Villanueva (Mamba, Buenos Aires)
Valerio Del Baglivo (curator, Rome)
              Florencia Portacarrero (curator, Lima) presents Manifestaciones Públicas de Afecto, publication residency BAR project 2016
7pm onwards Intervention by Enea Cabanes (BAR TOOL#0)
BAR Welcome vermouth

21th March
10am-1pm The Walking tour (Eixample area), working groups (closed, Fabra i Coats)
4-6,30pm “Making Public Program” round table, Auditorium, Fundació Antoni Tàpies
               Jaeyong Park (Apap5, Anyang- South Korea)
               Karima Boudou (Appartement22, Rabat)
               Equipo Palomar (artists, Barcelona)
               Daisuke Koisugi & Ina Hagen (artist & founder of Louise Dany artist run space, Oslo)
7pm onwards Intervention by Julia Gorostidi (BAR TOOL#0)

22th March
10am-1pm The Walking tour (Hospitalet area), working groups (closed, Fabra i Coats)
4-6,30 pm “Making Public Program” round table, Auditorium, Fundació Antoni Tàpies
                 Leire Vergara (Bulegoa, Bilbao)
                 Daniel Blanga-Gubbay (Aleppo, Brussels)
                 Helmut Batista (Capacete, Rio de Janeiro)
                 Veronica Valentini, Andrea Rodriguez Novoa, Juan Canela (BAR project, Barcelona)
7pm onwards Interventions by Ibai Hernandorena and Tali Serruya (BAR TOOL#0)

23th March
11am-1pm My Studio Visit. The city as studio: “Estruch 24-26, 3° 1ª” by Equipo Palomar (artists, Barcelona)
5-11,30pm Fundació Antoni Tàpies:
5-6pm Workshop for Humans by Kroot Juurak & Alex Bailey (performers, Wien) – separate registration at kulturtier@gmail.com
7-9pm BAR Public talk “Making Public Program”, Auditorium – open to general public
With Santiago Villanueva (Mamba, Buenos Aires), Valerio Del Baglivo (curator, Rome), Jaeyong Park (Apap5, Anyang- South Korea), Daniel Blanga-Gubbay (Aleppo, Brussels), Karima Boudou (Appartement22, Rabat), Leire Vergara (Bulegoa, Bilbao), Helmut Batista (Capacete, Rio de Janeiro), Veronica Valentini, Andrea Rodriguez Novoa, Juan Canela (BAR project) and Carles Guerra (Tapies Foundation)
9-11,30pm BAR party, live show by Josep Maynou (artist, Barcelona), terrace – open to general public

24th March
Studio visits with local artists

* (in ancient Greece, the symposium meant “to drink together”)
Gif by Priscila Clementti
NB: the program might be subject to changes

Full text here
In collaboration with Fundació Antoni Tàpies