Ocupação 9 de Julho
Rua Álvaro de Carvalho 427
São Paulo, Brazil 01050-070
Saturday, April 25, 2020, 6:00 pm
Exhibition on view April 26 - May 23, 2020
To defy conservative fantasies of destruction during this dystopian turn of events, the exhibition brings together six new installations created by transgender women artists living in São Paulo who imagine what must we transform (ourselves into) in order to resist. Invoking metamorphosis as a collective strategy of survival, they nurture utopic, rebellious, and unbounded futures rising up from the present wreckage. Together with an extensive series of public programs, it intends to become a space of encounter, exchange and preparation for the here and now.
Featuring Work By:
Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro
Clarissa Aidar is an artist, writer and community organizer from São Paulo. Her work is concerned with queer comradeship and the creation of shifting identities and alliances to deceive state vigilance and the commodification of subjectivity.