The city as a built space tells the story of those who build it, that is, its authorship, and in various circumstances there may be a “what for” it was built, which dialogues directly with the demand for its construction. In this sense, when questioning every corner of the city, a memory of who built it and who ordered its construction reverberates. Spaces for this listening and reflection are possibilities that motivate interaction/transformation in memories of past, present and future.
SHORT FILMS EXHIBITION – WEAVES & SEAMS
Reinterpretando Rios – O significado da paisagem na requalificação fluvial (2019). Vagner Tonoli, Valéria Teixeira de Paiva. Length – 2:54 min.
Memória da população negra. Possibilidades para repensar as práticas de registro e conservação do patrimônio moderno. Roteiro Linha Preta (2022). Eneida de Almeida, Gislaine Moura do Nascimento, Maria Isabel Imbronito, Maria Carolina Maziviero. Length – 2:45 min.Queijinho – Memória local ou impasse institucional (2022). Fernanda Eiras Rubio, Ana Mikaela. Length – 2:11 min.
Nivaldo Andrade Architect and urban planner, master and doctor in architecture and urbanism from UFBA. Associate Professor at the Faculty of Architecture and coordinator of the Graduate Program in Architecture and Urbanism at UFBA. Former National President of the IAB.
Flávia Brito Architect and historian, lecturer in undergraduate and graduate courses at FAU USP, she was an architect at Iphan/SP (2005-2013) where she developed several technical studies such as the Cultural Landscape of Vale do Ribeira and the listing of the Historic Center of Iguape. She was director of research at Inepac – State Institute of Cultural Heritage of Rio de Janeiro. Post-doctorate from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Author of the books “Entre a estética e o hábito: o Departamento de Habitação Popular, Rio de Janeiro, 1946-1960” (Prefeitura do Rio, 2004), “Blocos de Memórias: habitação social, arquitetura moderna e patrimônio cultural” (Edusp/Fapesp, 2016) and co-author of “Domesticidade, gênero e cultura material” (Edusp, 2017). She researches urban history, social housing, cultural heritage, domesticities, and gender issues. She is currently director of the Center for Cultural Preservation at USP.
Igor Vicente Born in Taboão da Serra (SP), is a researcher at the São Paulo Municipal Theater Collection and Research Center and is part of the Nação do Maracatu Encanto do Pina (PE), the group Maracatu Ouro do Congo (SP) and the CITA Cultural Space (SP).
Mônica Lima She is a professor at the Institute of History at UFRJ, where she coordinates LEÁFRICA. She participated in the writing of the dossier on Cais do Valongo as a World Heritage Site and in the Territory Museum project for the IHCAB, of the City of Rio de Janeiro.