Established in the collective imagination as an oriental neighborhood, Liberdade has in its history places and events of great relevance for the understanding of the Brazilian territory. Among them, the old Largo da Forca (today Praça da Liberdade), the Cemitério do Aflitos, the Igreja Santa Cruz das Almas dos Enforcados and the Ocupação dos Imigrantes. This crossing will depart from the center of São Paulo and head towards Liberdade, on a route that critically approaches heritage, places of memory and disputes over narratives.
Ceda el Paso is a studio dedicated to cultural productions, workshops, independent publications and experimentation with walking, the urban and its citizens and the infinite possible readings and dynamics that are / make everyday life. The studio is Jéssica Andrade, urban anthropology researcher and designer, and Ricardo Silva, architect, university professor and photographer.
CONDUCTION: Ricardo Silva.
PRODUCTION: Jéssica de Souza Andrade.
SPECIALIST: André Eiji Sato.
RESPONSIBLE CAU/SP: Gabriela Morita.
CAU/SP SUPPORT: Amanda Rosin e Fernanda Haddad