Ministério do turismo, secretaria especial da cultura e belgo bekaert arames apresentam

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13 july

Nature and Reconstruction Free access.

Location: Japan House - Av. Paulista, 52 - Bela Vista, São Paulo - SP, 01310-900


(Re)Florescer a Boa Vista – Projeto de conservação Boa Vista e Coelhos (2021). Isabelly Lima de Santana Sales, Eduarda Vitória Santos Cavalcanti de Albuquerque, Alan Costa Damásio, Bianca Nascimento Fidelis, Eduarda de Paula Da Silva. Length – 3:05 min.

Uma casa do fogo no centro da universidade (2022). Maylson de Alencar Barbosa, Bárbara Carneiro Servidone, Fernanda Pereira Theodoro , Maria Isabel Magalhães Tavares de Oliveira, Giovanna Strengari Nanci Fluminhan, Nath Cordeiro da Silva, Paulo Jeremias Aires,  Leandro Karaí Mirim Pires Gonçalves. Length – 3:00 min.

CSD Ocupa (2022). Silvio Barini Figueira Pinto, Elo Guazzelli, Wagner Dias dos Santos. Length – 3:00 min.



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Atsunobu Katagiri Japanese plant artist who lives and works in Osaka, Japan. In his work he employs various plants from small wild grasses to large trees such as cherry trees. He is known for his contemporary approach to the use of plants and flowers, which can be seen in many of his works, such as in the project “Sacrifice”, a result of his experience as a guest artist for the “Hama- dori, Naka-dori, & Aizu Tri-Regional Culture Collaboration Project” organized by the Japanese government’s Cultural Affairs Agency. At the time, he resided in the town of Minamisoma in Fukushima Prefecture, and was struck by the haunting emptiness of the landscapes and the destroyed houses, but also noticed there the growth of weeds, fields of wild flowers, and gardens that had overgrown property. Despite his conflicting emotions, the resurgence of nature calmed him, and he began to collect flowers and produce arrangements and installations amidst the ruins, in an attitude of “regenerating the voices of the earth.” Katagiri understands the fragility of flowers and human life as similar, and his work shows that after two years of forced social distancing, contact with nature is increasingly necessary.


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