Debaters:

MARISA FLÓRIDO — A lecturer at the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Flórida holds a degree in architecture and urbanism and a doctorate from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro’s Fine Arts School. She conducts research in the fields of the history of art, art criticism, and curatorship. Author of Nós, o outro, o distante na arte contemporânea brasileira (Circuito, 2014). 

PABLO LAFUENTE — Curator and author, whose published works include Experiences of the Common Good: inSite/Casa Gallina, a Project Immersed in a Neighbourhood (Mexico and San Diego: inSite/Casa Gallina, 2018), he co-curated the 31st Bienal de São Paulo (2014) and coordinates the art and education program at the CCBB. He is one of the curators of the exhibition Sawé: Liderança Indígena e a Luta pelo Território (Sesc Ipiranga, 2020).

Mediator:

GABRIEL BOGOSSIAN — An independent curator, editor, and translator, he researches the representation of indigenous peoples in Brazil. His exhibitions include Nada levarei quando morrer, aqueles que me devem cobrarei no inferno (Galpão VB, 2017) and Akram Zaatari – Amanhã vai ficar tudo bem (Galpão VB, 2016), all in São Paulo. He is associate curator with Associação Cultural Videobrasil.


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