Unerasable Memories: A Historic Look at the Videobrasil Collection
An integral part of the namesake exhibition resulting from the Spanish curator Agustín Pérez Rubio’s immersion into Videobrasil Collection artworks, the book features critical reviews of the 18 pieces in the exhibition, written by outstanding contemporary curators, critics and researchers. With contributions from the Brazilian anthropologist Lilia Schwarcz, the Argentinean curator Gabriela Salgado and the Spanish curator Octavio Zaya, among others, the publication also features an interview from Videobrasil’s curator and director Solange Farkas to the journalist Fabio Cypriano about the organization’s collection and the strategies designed to activate it, plus an essay by German professor and researcher Andreas Huyssen about the culture of memory.
Available from Sesc e-shop.
Unerasable memories: a historic look at the Videobrasil Collection
Organized by Agustín Pérez Rubio
Authors: Agustín Pérez Rubio, Ana Francisca Ponzio, Andreas Huyssen, Chus Martinez, Cristiana Tejo, Gabriela Salgado, Inés Katzenstein, Inti Guerrero, Ivana Bentes, João Laia, Lilia Schwarcz, Magda Gonzalez-Mora, Manuel Segade, Manuela Moscoso, Marcos Hill, Octavio Zaya, Omar Berrada, Pablo León de la Barra, Sophie Goltz
Associação Cultural Videobrasil; Social Service of Trade in São Paulo
Edições Sesc São Paulo | Videobrasil, 2014
320 pages, bilingual (Portuguese/English)