[discussion table] Shifting as Choreography

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[discussion table] Shifting as Choreography

With the platform veiculoSUR (Germany, Brazil, Chile, Finland, France, and Uruguay)

Date and time

10/08 • 4:00 PM to 17h30

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Duration 90 min.

Recommended age: 12 years old

The meeting articulated by the curatorship team of the veiculoSUR – an itinerant, transregional, transdisciplinary, and collaborative platform founded in 2014 and managed by Latin American and European dance and visual arts creators – and resident artists of the 2020-21-22 edition proposes to generate a horizontal conversation among all, bringing experiences and reflections around this exercise, that requires special attention to reproduce a choreography thinking in the shifting, that is, to choreograph movements as a way of learning to move in other directions.

The shifting as choreography is a technology created by the desire or necessity of changes and transformations of scenarios (out), states (in), and activations of dreams.

For such, the table brings up questions like: Which devices and practices existing in the home materialize it? Is it possible to talk about management, curatorship, and creation under a constant shifting? What can be choreographed? What can be mapped? What does a choreography that goes from “South” to “North” mean? How can we continue to move ourselves within a context in which we can barely move physically? How existences are shifters?

The veiculoSUR platform instigates artistic gatherings concerning conflicts of rules and foreign bodies, and it is attentive to the political-economical-social matters surrounding it. So, it sets off from urgencies that go through the artistic practice overlapping with its market, social, and economic aspects, moving the participants of the international residence.

VeiculoSUR 2020-21-22 is:

Alice Yura (Brazil-Aparecida do Taboado), Ana Paula Mathias (Brazil/France, Andrea Arobba (Uruguay- Montevideu), Anna Konjetzky (Germany-Munich), Anna Tje (France/Kossovo/Finland), Anta Helena Recke (Germany-Munich), Arsène Marquis (France-Lyon), Candelária Fernandez (Uruguay- Montevideu), David Muñoz (Finland/Mexico/Helsink), Didam Hou Braga (Brazil-São Luís), Eliara Queiroz (Brazil-São Luís), Maëlys Meyer (France-Lyon), Malu Avelar (Brazil-Belo Horizonte), Marcela Olate (Chile-Santiago), Maré de Matos (Brazil-Vale do Rio do Doce), Mario Lopes (Brazil/Germany), Pascale Obolo (France-Paris), Paula Baeza Pailamilla (Chile-Santiago), Peti Costa (Brazil/Germany), Rebeca Carapiá (Brazil-Salvador), Thais Ushirobira (Brazil-São Paulo), Thiago Pirajira (Brazil-Porto Alegre) e Wellington Gadelha (Brazil-Fortaleza)

With the curatorship team:

Ana Paula Mathias (Brazil) – visual artist, video artist, and graphic designer
Andrea Arobba (Uruguay) – performing artist, contemporary dance teacher, and director of the GEN Centro de Artes y Ciencias
Anta Helena Recke (Germany) – director, artist, and playwright
Arsène Marquis (France) – photographer and queer and sex-positive scene curator
David Muñoz (Mexico/Finland) – artist, architect, and research in practices and aesthetics
Maëlys Meyer (France) – filmmaker and cultural articulator
Marcela Olate (Chile) – artist of the movement and cultural articulator
Mario Lopes (Germany/Brazil/Finland) – choreographer and cultural articulator
Pascale Obolo (France) – filmmaker, curator, and head writer of the magazine Afrikadaa 
Thais Ushirobira (Brazil) – dance artist and body therapist

Date and time

10/08 • 4:00 PM to 17h30

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Duration 90 min.

Recommended age: 12 years old

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