Curadoria, pedagogia e colaboração social / Curatorship, pedagogical and social colaboration






At the turn of the 21st century artists and curators in biennials and other international exhibitions are embracing collaborative and educational forms of artmaking and curatorship that both involve artists and non-artists, communities, schools and other social contexts. These initiatives create interdisciplinary encounters where the interconnections between art and non-art are questioned and sociopolitical contexts explored, as well as themes of globalization and post-colonialism. The dissertation examines the proximities and challenges of interactions between different cultures and identities, issues of center and periphery and the local and global that create between-places and micropolitical interventions via these site specific situations of conviviality and sharing of collective experience and education practice. The research reflects on the intentions and contradictions of artists, curators, educators, public participation, and the dialogue between different critical discourses and fields of knowledge in projects with these characteristics. The case study is Travel Notebooks, an artist residency and exhibition project of the 8th Mercosul Biennial in Porto Alegre, Brazil, 2011. Various theorists such as Homi Bhabha, Jacques Rancière, Nicolas Bourriaud, Claire Bishop, Grant Kester, Miwon Kwon, Moacir dos Anjos and Félix Guattari are drawn upon, among others


arte e sociedade arte contemporânea curadoria site-oriented bienais de artes visuais globalização artes arte moderna exposições séc. xxi arte e educação bienal de artes visuais do mercosul artistas e comunidade participação social contemporary art curatorship site-oriented biennial of visual arts globalization

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