[talk] Archives and Processes

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[talk] Archives and Processes

With Adnã Ionara, Beatriz Sano, and João dos Santos Martins.

Mediation: Holly Cavrell.

Date and time

10/07 • 4:00 PM to 17h30

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Duration 90 min.

Recommended age: All ages

Arquivos e Processos [Archives and Processes] gathers artists that integrate Biennial’s program to discuss the interference and participation of archives, collections, and memories in dance’s creation and practices. 

The artists are invited to articulate the theme with their research processes, bringing to light several forms of conveying knowledge, both in learning techniques and the contribution for the choreography works’ creation.

MINI BIOS:

ADNÃ IONARA is a dance researcher and artist with a bachelor’s degree in Dance by Unicamp and a master’s degree in Performing Arts from the same university. She explores the relationships between Afro-diasporic dance, knowledge, and memories.

BEATRIZ SANO is a choreographer and teacher, member of the company Key Zetta & Cia since 2009.

JOÃO DOS SANTOS MARTINS has acted as a choreographer and dancer since 2008. Works from and through dance, exploring formats like choreography, curatorship, and edition, cherishing collaborative performances. 

HOLLY CAVRELL choreographer, dancer and professor, North American Holly Cavrell came to Brazil to work in the Department of Body Arts at UNICAMP in 1989. Her artistic background includes Modern Dance, Classical Ballet, Jazz, and vocal training. She has worked in Sweden, Mexico, Venezuela, France, Finland, Denmark, and Central America. She has performed as a dancer with several international dance companies, including Martha Graham, Paul Sanasardo Company and 5 X 2 Plus Dance Company. In Brazil, she worked as a choreographer and modern dance teacher with several companies, including, but not limited to, Ballet Opera Paulista, Balé da Cidade de São Paulo (Ballet of the City of São Paulo), Primeiro Ato, Cisne Negro, Cia de Dança Lina Penteado. She has been director and choreographer of Cia Domínio Publico since 1995, and won the State Governor’s Award/2014 by popular vote in the Dance category. She is currently the director of Cia. Domínio Público, a research group certified by CNPq with studies in Contemporary Dance Post-doctorate at NYU at the Gallatin School for Individualized Study, with the project “Developing Intimacy through Artistic Interventions in Non-Conventional Spaces.” PhD in Arts in the field of Dance from the Arts Institute of the State University of Campinas, degree in Communication and Body Arts from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2006).  She was Head of the Department of Body Arts at Unicamp (2012-2016), and associate coordinator of the Dance Course at Unicamp (1993-2003). She is a certified professor both at the Undergraduate and at the Graduate Arts of the Scene program, especially in the fields of Modern and Contemporary Dance, Choreographic Composition, Improvisation and History of Dance.

Date and time

10/07 • 4:00 PM to 17h30

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Duration 90 min.

Recommended age: All ages

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