[talk] Screens and Stages

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[talk] Screens and Stages

With João Paulo Lima, Davi Pontes & Wallace Ferreira and Coletivo Mexa.

Mediation: Juliana Moraes.

Date and time

10/06 • 4:00 PM to 17h30

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Duration 90 min.

Recommended age: All ages

With social isolation, the screens that already occupied a lot of our daily lives have earned even more space and became necessary to compose new works. If, on the one side, the video dance was already exploring the body-image relationship for decades, on the other, many artists had to face, for the first time, a camera-oriented creation. Artists with different experiences gather to talk about the relationships between dance and screen, new media, and social isolation.

MINI BIOS:

JOÃO PAULO LIMA is a performer, researcher, and teacher at the drama teaching degree course of Universidade Federal do Ceará. He is the idealizer and producer of the Dance and Accessibility Platform of Ceará International Dance Biennial. 

DAVI PONTES is an artist, choreographer, and researcher, born in São Gonçalo. Wallace Ferreira is from Vigário Geral, in the Rio de Janeiro suburbs, and acts as a dance artist, performer, and visual artist. Since 2019, they have been developing together an artistic production established between dance and the visual arts. 

COLETIVO MEXA is formed by members of the LGBTT community and, since 2015, has been performing actions moving between art and politics.

JULIANA MORAES Dancer and choreographer. Professor and researcher at the Department of Body Arts at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP). She holds a PhD degree in Arts and a bachelor’s degree in dance from UNICAMP. Master’s degree in Dance from the Trinity Laban Conservatory for Movement and Dance (London). She is currently responsible for the creation and coordination of Center for Experimental Choreographic Practice (Núcleo de Práticas Experimentais em Coreografia), funded by The State of São Paulo Research Foundation (Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de S. Paulo, FAPESP). She has been awarded the APCA prize, the Vitae Foundation Scholarship, the UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists, and three editions of Cultura Inglesa Festival.

Date and time

10/06 • 4:00 PM to 17h30

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Duration 90 min.

Recommended age: All ages

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