A Breath to Follow : Part 1
Hosted and introduced by Denise Ferreira da Silva & Ana Lira
Featuring artists talks and presentations by Periferia Segue Sangrando (Periphery Keeps Bleeding) and Carni - Coletivo de Arte Negra e Indígena (Black and Indigenous Art Collective)
How to attend:
This event is happening online at CCA Annex. No booking required. Simply visit https://cca-annex.net when the event starts to join the livestream.
If you would like to register to be sent reminders and a link via email, please go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/299076143797.
Live translation between English and Brazilian Portuguese will be provided alongside English live captions.
Saturday 26th of March, 2022
Vancouver 10:00 - 13:00
São Paulo 14:00 - 17:00
Glasgow 17:00 - 20:00
About this event:
How do visual art, sound system, DJ, curatorial and community-based Afro-Indigenous artistic initiatives in Brazil produce singular sensory fields and propose increasingly complex strategies to navigate the injunctions of the present?
How are diasporic poetics locally grounded, through an echoing of poethical codes that exceed the urge to only respond to structural violence such as the history of massive enslavement and incarceration, continuous economical and land dispossession and extraction?
How do visual artists and curators working under colonial, racial, cisheteropatriarchal subjugation, practise non-hegemonic production while perforating the exclusionary systems of the institutionalised and legitimating art world circuits?
Visit https://arika.org.uk/programming/breath-follow-um-sopro-se-seguir/programme/part-one-parte-i to read more about the collectives and their work.