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Sesc_Videobrasil Biennial turns 40 years old, aiming for continued research and access to its collection
At the head of Videobrasil since its first edition in 1983, Solange Farkas highlights that the exhibition has always aimed to "illuminate certain areas of the world", especially the production of regions that today we usually call...
On display until September at MAES and at Galeria Homero Massena, in Vitória, the exhibition highlights the political vocation that runs through the video production of the Global South
After an unstable period, Videobrasil announces for 2023 the holding of the 22nd Bienal Sesc_Videobrasil, 40 years after the first festival
Curated by Juliana Borges, the exhibition brings together 14 videos and part of the discussion about mass incarceration in Brazil to also talk about the “confinements” of the asylum system, consumerism, alienation on social networks and patterns of sexuality.
For some years now, discussions around the Anthropocene have become a fundamental agenda in the research and production of contemporary artists around the world. If themes like destruction...
Professor Alice Lino comments on the work "Das grandmothers" and points out how the artist reconstitutes the affection directed towards black women by subverting an image of violence and assuring these women respect for the struggle waged until our times.
Known for a production that departs from Afro-Brazilian culture and the universe of Candomblé to address issues such as the slave-holding colonial past, the artist presents ten audiovisual works on Videobrasil's new online platform
Videobrasil Online premieres with a never-before-seen documentary about Abdoulaye Konaté, directed by Juliano Salgado, and continues the institution's project to democratize access to artistic production in the Global South through the rearticulation of contents from the collection
In this episode, the work "O Espírito da TV", by Vincent Carelli, is commented by the curator and researcher Moacir dos Anjos; the documentary was made by the Vídeo nas Aldeias project and shows the reactions of the Waiãpi indigenous group when they saw their own image on TV, still in 1973
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