Debaters:

MARIANA CAVALCANTI — Associate lecturer at Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro’s Department of Social Studies, where she researches cities. She coordinates Grupo Casa, which studies housing and the city, codirected the documentary Favela fabril (2012) and coedited the collection Occupy All Streets: Olympic urbanism and contested futures in Rio de Janeiro (Terreform, 2016).

CARLA CAFFÉ — Caffé works in cinema, art, illustration, and graphic design. She teaches drawing at the Escola da Cidade, São Paulo, and is the author of the book Era o hotel Cambridge – arquitetura, cinema e educação (Edições Sesc, 2017) and the artist’s book A(e)rea Paulista (Galeria Vermelho, 2011). Her work as art director includes the movie Central Station (1998).

Mediator:

MARILIA LOUREIRO — Curator of Casa do Povo, in São Paulo, since 2017. She has also worked for the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, Masp, and on the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo (2018), and has collaborated widely with independent art spaces, particularly Lugar a Dudas (Cali, Colombia), Capacete (Rio de Janeiro), Ateliê397 and Pivô (both in São Paulo).


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