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CURRENT

︎ HOA BECK’S FREE ART SCHOOL
04TH MARCH (ONLINE)
18H - 19H30 (BRASILIA TIMEZONE)


WHAT IF..? with Jota Mombaça, Kenia Freitas, Diego Paulino and Anti Ribeiro
Where do the possibilities that history discards go? How to access the dreams, images, voices and forces that make up the map of what could have been? In this conversation, Jota Mombaça invites Kenia Freitas, Diego Paulino and Anti Ribeiro to talk about the radical potential of the question 'What if…?', Opening space for considerations about the relationship between memory and fable, and about the politically regulated dimension of what we understand as a possibility.


E se…? Memória, Fabulação e Possibilidade com Jota Mombaça, Kênia Freitas, Diego Paulino e Anti Ribeiro
Para onde vão as possibilidades que a História descarta? Como acessar os sonhos, imagens, vozes e forças que compõem o mapa do que poderia ter sido? Nesta conversa, convido Kênia Freitas, Diego Paulino e Anti Ribeiro a conversar sobre o potencial radical da pergunta ‘E se…?’, abrindo espaço para considerações sobre a relação entre memória e fabulação, e sobre a dimensão politicamente regulada do que compreendemos como possibilidade.


ABOUT JOTA MOMBAÇA


Jota Mombaça is a non-binary bicha, born and raised in the northeast of Brazil, who writes, performs and investigates on the relations between monstrosity and humanity, kuir studies, de-colonial turns, political intersectionality, anti-colonial justice, redistribution of violence, visionary fictions, the end of the world and tensions among ethics, aesthetics, art and politics in the knowledge productions of the global south-of-the-south.


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partnership: Artfizz
powered by: Becks

︎ HOA BECK’S FREE ART SCHOOL
22TH-23TH FEBRUARY (ONLINE)
14HRS - 16HRS (BRASILIA TIMEZONE)

VISIONARY FICTION LABORATORY is a platform for sharing and producing knowledge around speculative fictions and their ways of interacting with the present struggles for social justice in Brazil and beyond. In this edition of the Laboratory, we will test ways of extrapolating the captivity of contemporary political imagination to other ways of understanding and experiencing the domains of memory and possibility.

O LABORATÓRIO DE FICÇÃO VISIONÁRIA é uma plataforma para compartilhar e produzir conhecimento em torno das ficções especulativas e suas formas de interagir com as lutas atuais por justiça social no Brasil e no exterior. Nesta edição do Laboratório, testaremos formas de extrapolar o cativeiro da imaginação política contemporânea para outras formas de compreender e vivenciar os domínios da memória e das possibilidades.

FREE by admission only here
GRÁTIS apenas sob inscrição prévia aqui


About JOTA MOMBAÇA

Jota Mombaça is a non-binary bicha, born and raised in the northeast of Brazil, who writes, performs and investigates on the relations between monstrosity and humanity, kuir studies, de-colonial turns, political intersectionality, anti-colonial justice, redistribution of violence, visionary fictions, the end of the world and tensions among ethics, aesthetics, art and politics in the knowledge productions of the global south-of-the-south.



partnership: Artfizz
powered by: Becks

UPCOMING

︎ ARTFIZZ PRESENTS GINGA, A DIGITAL ART PROGRAM OF EDUCATION, EXHIBITIONS, AUCTIONS AND OPEN PROCESS FOCUSED ON THE NEW BRAZILIAN CONTEMPORARY ART CURATED BY HOA 
FROM 10TH JANUARY TO 30TH MARCH, BRASIL - USA 

CONFIRMED ARTISTS: Ana Almeida, Marlon Amaro, Iagor Peres, Davi de Jesus do Nascimento, Lais Amaral, Moxc4, Kelton Campos, Pegge, Estileras, Pedro Carneiro, Fidelis, Victor Fidelis, Rafaella Braga, Renan Aguena, Ikaro Cavalcante Occulted, Bertô, Mulungu, Edu Silva, Elian Almeida, Heloisa Hariadne, Anderson Sang, Igi Lola Ayedun, Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, Gabriel Massan, Diambe, Luiz 83, Dennis Moreira, Marcos da Matta, Rubiane Maia, Dudx/ Eduardo Silva Araújo, Caroline Ricca Lee.






+ AGENDA COMING SOON







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