by admin / Wednesday, 15 May 2013 / Published in Urban Media

Sao Paulo – Brazil – Berlin – Germany

15 May – 9 June 2013

Susa Pop from Public Art Lab, Berlin together with Marilia Pasculli from Verve Cultural, Sao Paulo curated an artistic programme for the SESI/FIESP building’s media facade in Sao Paulo. The programme ‘Brasil-Alemanha: Culturas Conectadas’ took place from 15 May to 9 June in the frame of the event Germany + Brazil 2013-14.

For the media facade’s opening in November 2012, Marilia Pasculli who initiated the Galeria de Arte Digital SESI-SP together with João Frugiuele, had already invited Susa Pop to present a data visualisation programme for their SP_Urban Digital Festival, with ‘City Sleep Light’ by Antoine Schmitt and ‘Rhythm of Sao Paulo’ by Mar Canet and Varvara Guljajeva.

For the Germany + Brazil 2013-14 programme, the curators presented the German artist groups Pfadfinderei + The Constitute and Mader Stublic Wiermann as well as the two Brazilian artists Super Uber and Rachel Rosalen to open the media facade as a living sculputure for intercultural encounter and dialogue. On May 16, interested professionals could participate in a workshop with the German and Brazilian artists.

The project was realised with support from SESI/FIESP and the Goethe Institute Sao Paulo.

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