Knowledge in Motion – How Can Dance Articulate Living Social Questions to Urban Spaces? How Can Dances Provoke the Way We Live in the Cities? Can Dance Suggest Other Social Spaces and Reclaim Everyday Life?
Gê Viana, Márcia de Aquino, Allexandre Bomber, César Costa, Giovanni Venturini, Idylla Silmarovi, Juão Nyn e Lívea Castro. Mediation Sonia Sobral e Princesa Ricardo Marinelli
16 Sep ∙ Saturday ∙ 2:00 pmSesc Campinas | Espaço Arena
- LIBRAS (Brazilian Sign Language)
The relationship between the city and dancing is the topic of this conversation. How do the dances of those who live in urban environments propose a critical, provocative and poetic look at the elements that make up a city? In this dialogue, dances born from the streets throw questions at the monumentalities and question how desiring corporeities can prospect futures devoid of monumental imaginaries.
Knowledge in Motion
Gathered under the name “Knowledge in Motion”, the meetings bring the joy of thinking about what is dance in the time of now, in the most diverse places. Held among artists participating in the Bienal Sesc de Dança, intellectuals, researchers and communities, they seek to reflect on issues and move knowledge between bodies that dance, that watch, that want to start dancing, that dance professionally, or that dance to make life. The dialogues, mediated by Sonia Sobral and Princesa Ricardo Marinelli, are an invitation to cultivate and share the imagination between people, realities and knowledge, and also a place to arrive, in which the body that lives moves, awakening and dancing on its territory.