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CONCEIVE SOCIAL ORGANISMS AS WORK OF ART / OUR BODIES AS POLITICAL AUTONOMOUS ZONE / PERFORM THE BODY AS LIVING SCHOOL / SOW FREEDOM THROUGH PRESENCE / REMIND WE ARE NATURE / AND EARTH, A LIVING ORGANISM / 

Transdisciplinary
ARTISTIC PEDAGOGICAL CELLS

2014 ++


  1. Living Matters BERLIN, GERMANY
  2. Life and Death Temple MINAS GERAIS, BRASIL
  3. Self Ecologies SÃO PAULO, BRASIL
  4. Ruins as Transforming Power SÃO PAULO, BRASIL
  5. MUDA Program SÃO PAULO, BRASIL

Performance
PHOTOPERFORMANCE SERIES

2018 ++

  1. UNA | Earth Series MINAS GERAIS, BRASIL

Academic 
PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL RESEARCH

2016 ++

  1. T(t)ERRA
               "ARTISTIC PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES
                FOR THE CULTIVATION OF ECOLOGICAL          
                CULTURES" 


Perception —

  1. Conceive social organisms as work of art. Our bodies as political autonomous zone. Perform the body as living school. Sow freedom through presence. Remind we are Nature. And Earth, a living organism.

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1. T(t)ERRA

      "ARTISTIC PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES 
FOR THE CULTIVATION OF ECOLOGICAL CULTURES"

BOOK
FIRST PUBLISHED IN 2016 / 2ND EDITION PUBLISHED IN 2017
           
ABOUT
How has the relationship between human beings and natural ecosystems been transformed over the centuries? What are the implications of this process and how do they influence our current language, perception, and actions? The book T(t)ERRA* invites you to go deeper into these questions through texts, images, and practical proposals that promote the integral and interpersonal worldview between human beings, and natural, socio-cultural ecosystems. It was created as part of the research paper for the undergraduate program in Visual Arts, guided by Felipe Chaimovich, Professor, Philosopher, and Curator. Today, it already has its second independent edition published.

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*T(t)ERRA is a nomenclature proposed by the artist in order to integrate the dimensions of Planet Earth, with soil practices. In the Portuguese language, the word referring to Planet Earth is written with uppercase T, and soil, with lowercase t = T(t)ERRA. The word "ERRA" refers to "error" and remarks the value of uncertainty in living organisms development.
 
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