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Christian Dunker is a full professor in Psychoanalysis and Clinical Psychopathology at the Institute of Psychology at the University of São Paulo, with a postdoctoral degree in language pathologies. He is the author of a number of books, among them...
black art

Breaking the complicity between the aesthetic and the colonial device: Afro-Brazilian art, black art...

Márcio Seligmann-Silva analyzes narratives about the history of Afro-descendant Brazilian art, which involves a series of traumatic repetitions over time
Scene from the movie SARS (2003), by Liu Wei. Photo: Courtesy Videobrasil.

VB Commented Collection: Liu Wei by Márcio Seligmann-Silva

The work of the Chinese filmmaker compares the power of the SARS virus, pneumonia that spread from southern China and infected thousands in 2003, to that of the Chinese media. Comparing the Sars epidemic to that of Covid-19, Seligmann-Silva reflects on the relationship between art and politics

Decolonial, de-othering: imagining a post-national policy that institutes new subjectivities (2nd part)

Based on a discussion raised by Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung on the occasion of the 21st Bienal Sesc_VideoBrasil, Márcio Seligmann-Silva reflects on colonial and post-colonial issues; read the second part of the text
"DAS AVÓS", 2019, video installation by Rosana Paulino. Photo: Videobrasil.

Decolonial, de-othering: imagining a post-national policy that institutes new subjectivities (1nd part)

Based on a discussion raised by Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung on the occasion of the 21st Bienal Sesc_VideoBrasil, Márcio Seligmann-Silva reflects on colonial and post-colonial issues, extremely relevant in the current global context; text will be published in two parts

Displacements I

The 'Displacements' event took place at Sedes Sapientiae, in São Paulo, on the first weekend of May 2018