The Seminar on Indigestion Languages and Visual Policies (@cipei_) along with the
# CAPACETE2019_2020 program features:
Workshop with Laryssa Machada * on days 2 (from 17 to 20h) and December 3 (from 16 to 19hr)
SOMETIMES TO ACCESS THE LAND WE NEED TO FALL
the fiction of the end has arrived; One of the paths passed through the leaves is to double time space.
It's all made up now, the world I'll tell you. ///
"Sometimes to Access the Earth We Must Fall" are imaginary (and energetic) rituals of reconnecting
with our [non] memories to enter the future from a critical eye on colonial historicity and the
transit of non-hegemonic bodies through the city. . Through the construction of photoperformances
that include symbols / objects / gestures from Amerindian and aphrodiasporic populations, the idea
is to visit the healing process that racialized bodies build daily from their [re] creations of reality.
In the ambition to redesign the future, it is impossible to do so from the oblivion of these violence.
Thus, we evoke imaginary rituals to realize the axes of cleansing, discharging negative ebos,
The purpose of the workshop is to visit the participant dxs memories seeking to double time-space,
building new imagery references and rewriting the historicity of the land we ascended.
|| LIMITED VACANCIES || * @ laryssamachada is a visual artist, photographer and filmmaker.
builds images as rituals of decolonization and reinvention of reality. His works discuss
the construction of image about LGBT's, indigenous people, quilombolas, people of the street.
believe in the weather and storms.
This seminar is made possible by @princeclausfund
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pêdra Costa is a Brazilian Performance Artist and a Visual Anthropologist. S/he is currently doing a Diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and working with queer immigrant artists internationally. Hers work is informed by the aesthetics of post-porn and an investigation about anti-colonial concepts.
About the residency: The focus of my research is the Invisible Knowledge, which I have developed experimentally, based on anti-colonial strategies, self-care pedagogies and non-cartesian epistemologies. I present my performance “de_colon_isation”, which is part of my research at the University of Fine Arts Vienna. I release the book in Brazil “Anti*Colonial Fantasies – Decolonial Strategies” and I work on my project “Anti-analysis”, where I schedule an appointment with 6 artists (individually or in groups) per day, in a free session of 50 minutes each, focusing on art, critical theory and pedagogy.
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: email@example.com
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.
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This presentation addresses extraction—a key logic of global capitalism—as well as the politics and aesthetics of emergent forms of resistance today. In view of spreading sacrifice zones given over to resource mining, abetted by exploitative international trade agreements and the finance of debt servitude, what forms do the cultural politics of resistance take, and how are artists—including Angela Melitopoulos, Allora & Calzadilla, and Ursula Biemann—materializing images and sounds of emancipation and decolonization?
Capacete – Rua Benjamin Constant, 131 – Glória, RJ
Friday (23/02) – 19 horas
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O GAE – Grupo de Pesquisa em Arte e Ecologia é formado por professores e estudantes de Artes Visuais numa colaboração entre UFRJ e UFJF. Neste encontro de setembro faremos um Apanhadão dos encontros passados, e aproveitamos para refazer o convite para os até então interlocutores que passaram pelo GAE EXPANDE ( Ana Hupe, André Vecchi, Camilla Rocha Campos, Fabiane M. Borges, João Queiroz, Jorge Soledar, Malu Fragoso, Marina Fraga, Renata Zago, Ricardo Basbaum, Rundhsten V. de Nader)