Throughout its three decades, Videobrasil outlines new contexts for image in motion, culminating in the Festival’s admission of multiple art languages, in 2011. The program's final focus closes the 18th edition, contextualizing the Festival's history in relation of the histories of each exhibit, and establishing a dialogue between key figures featured in the book 30 years.

Based on the contents of the book 30 years, the panel reviews Videobrasil's major cycles of change, relating them to the changes undergone by the Southern contemporary art scene over the past three decades. | Featuring Solange O. Farkas, Moacir dos Anjos, Arlindo Machado, Eduardo de Jesus and Gabriel Priolli Netto / Mediator: Teté Martinho

Eduardo de Jesus (Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1967) Curator and professor at the postgraduate program of the School of Communication and Arts at PUC-MG. He co-curated Densidade Local, at the Festival Transitio-MX in Mexico City (2008). Member of the curating board for the Southern Panoramas show.

Gabriel Priolli Netto (São Paulo, Brazil, 1953) Journalist and TV director. Former member of the Brazilian National Congress' Social Communications Council.

Moacir dos Anjos (Recife, Brazil, 1963) Researcher and visual arts coordinator at Fundação Joaquim Nabuco (Recife). Curated the Brazilian pavilions at the 54th Venice Biennale (2011) and the 29th Biennial of São Paulo (2010), and co-curated the 6th Mercosur Biennial, Porto Alegre (2007).

Solange O. Farkas Founder of Associação Cultural Videobrasil and curator-general of the 18th Festival. She was the director and curator-in-chief at the Bahia Art Museum from 2007 to 2010, and a guest curator at the biennials of Sharjah (United Arab Emirates) and Cerveira (Portugal) in 2011.

Teté Martinho (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1963) Cultural journalist since the late 1980s. She has worked for media outlets such as Folha de S.Paulo, Jornal da Tarde and Bravo!. An independent editor, she is the editorial coordinator at Videobrasil.