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Centro Cultural Correios presents the exhibition “Where was she looking when everything went dark”

Exhibition curated by Paulo Galina until 30 July

The Correios Cultural Center presents the exhibition “Where was she looking when everything went dark” with artists Corina Ishikura and Jussara Marangoni. The exhibition presents a set of works that, when they focus on studies on space and the sometimes literal connections, enable the occupation and inhabitation of this country-continent that is Brazil. From 16 from June to 30 of July curated by Paulo Gallina.




There's a double of the world. One that every human being carries within. in your guts. In the sockets of your eyes. In your mind. a double of the world: ordered by the heart and engraved in our brains.

The show "for where was she looking when everything went dark”, with Paulo Gallina as the curator of the project, speculates and presents these anomalous spaces that do not obey the imperative and objective laws of physics.

As is typical of the restlessness of artists, the search of both, at a certain point, steps aside and observes the material reality of the world from a bias, searching, Maybe, of what physics and optics are unable to reveal: maybe in search of a point of confluence, where humanity integrates and inserts itself in nature, instead of opposing it in the form of culture.

Here, in this exhibition space so full of affection, there is no separation between nature and culture, between human and inhuman, between wild and civilized, because here there is only what affects and what is affected, flowing like a river. River, whose waters always pass by so that it will always be the same; as well as ideas that always flow so that provocations, about what ultimately makes us human, always take us further, into a certain idea of ​​landscape and nature, never farther.

“My production talks about existing through the connection between all bodies and elements that make up the universe. It speaks of an interdependent existence impregnated with vibrations, mutations that refer to a large biological neural network, where everyone interacts with their neighbors, how neurons communicate with each other, at points of contact called synapses.” Corina Ishikura

“My recent researches in watercolor paintings and charcoal drawings refer to living matter, structures that look like root, and neural networks as in anatomy drawings. talk about a life, of an inhuman body, often materialized in its carbonized version and in the process of being erased.” Jussara Marangoni

about the artists:

Corina Ishikura (1964) SP. She is an artist and researcher.. Graduated in Letters from Mackenzie University, studied philosophy, Art History, History of Japanese Art at MAM-SP, FAAP SP, Capes USP SP. She is a special student of the MAC USP Master's course. Among the artistic and cultural residencies, participated by the Mokiti Okada Foundation, in the cities of Kyoto, Atami and Hakone in Japan (2017) and Case Art Residence, São Sebastião SP (2019). Participated in individual and group exhibitions in independent spaces, museums, galleries, highlighting: Where was she looking when everything went dark, Cultural Center Correios SP | 2022 Space Surface Impermanence, Blumenau Art Museum SC | 2021 Revolving Collection, Oswald de Andrade Cultural Workshop I São Paulo SP | 2021 Being a bird without being able to fly, Atelier Ale I São Paulo SP | 2021 Readings, Contemporary House I São Paulo SP | 2021 Breathe Art Funarte I São Paulo SP | 2020 | “contemplated”. 16th National Contemporary Art Salon of Guarulhos SP | 2020 Last days, Residence Fonte I São Paulo SP | 2020 Oswaldo Goeldi Biennial | Taubaté SP | 2020 4th Axis Collective 2020, Art Axis | Niteró RJ | 2020 Links from other lands, Art Gallery Painter Samora Barros, Albufeira, Portugal | 2020 Project Casa Tato I São Paulo SP | 2020 one thousand and one, roving, Blade House | Sao Paulo-SP | and Murilo Castro Gallery |BH MG | 2019 26º Plastic Arts Salon of Praia Grande SP | 2019 Contemporary Art Salons in Luxembourg, Stuttgart, Germany and Paris, France | 2019 Between the Micro and the Macro is the Space I inhabit, Gallery Na Fresta I SP | 2018 The Space Between, Mokiti Okada Foundation, Solo Sagrado Guarapiranga SP | 2017; “contemplated”. 1th Bienal Sesc in Brasília DF | 2016

Jussara Marangoni (1960)

He was born in sao paulo, lives and works in Araçatuba. Graduated in Arts at FAAP and completed a Masters in Design at UNESP. is an art teacher, having collaborated with universities such as Mackenzie, FAAP, Saint Marceline, Fine Art, PUCSP and workshops at SESC. He was assistant to artist Nelson Leirner for thirteen years, before moving to the interior of the state. Participated in artistic residencies, individual and group exhibitions in independent spaces, museums, galleries and cultural centers standing out: 19the. MARP exhibition program, Ribeirão Preto Art Museum I SP I 2022 Fragments of being and feeling, Abaeté House, Ribeirão Preto I SP I 2022 Where was she looking when everything went dark, Cultural Center Correios SP | 2022 occupies MARP, Ribeirão Preto Art Museum I SP I 2022 Space, surface, impermanence at the Blumenau Art Museum SC I 2021 To change the state of affairs at Fonte I São Paulo SP I 2021 Being a bird without being able to fly at Ateliê Alê I São Paulo SP I 2021 Chimeras at the Museum of Plastic Arts of Araçatuba SP I 2021 Readings at Casa Contemporâneas I São Paulo SP I 2021 4th Axis Collective 2020, Art Axis | Niteró RJ | 2020 Project Casa Tato I São Paulo, SP | 2020 Breathe Art Funarte I São Paulo SP | 2020 | “contemplated” Artist Book, Aldir Blanc Incentive Award | 2020 | “contemplated” 16th National Salon of Contemporary Art in Guarulhos SP | 2020 Last days at Fonte I São Paulo SP I 2020 Bienal Oswaldo Goeldi I Taubaté SP I 2020 Interwoven at the UFSJ MG I Cultural Center 2020 26º Plastic Arts Salon of Praia Grande SP | 2019 IV Sertão Biennial of Visual Arts, Teresina PI I 2019

About the curator:

Paul Gallina, critic-curator accompanying the project. Independent art critic and curator, Paulo Gallina has a degree in History from the University of São Paulo.

Paulo (USP). He participated in the Criticism and Curatorship Study Group at ECA-USP guided by Professor Domingos Tadeu Chiarelli (2009-2012) during your training. Collaborated with independent spaces: Atelier OÇO (2010), the studio 397. (2013): as resident critic. He worked as a critic and curator at the Research and Curatorship Center at Instituto Tomie Ohtake (2010-2013). He taught courses on art history at institutions such as Instituto Tomie Ohtake (2013) and Instituto Itaú Cultural (2014). cured the exhibitions: Nino Cais: Of Flags and Travelers (SESC, São Carlos, Ribeirao Preto and Sao Paulo, 2013); First Reading (Zipper Galeria, São Paulo, 2014);the knowledge of the line (LAB570, São Paulo, 2014/TOP OF LONDON, London, 2015); something disposable (Ribeirão Preto Art Museum, Ribeirão Preto, 2014); precarious structures (Parallel Gallery, São Paulo, 2015); deletions (Cultural Box, São Paulo, 2016); lasting solutions (such gallery, Rio de Janeiro, 2017); The lives of extraordinary people (MNAV, Montevideo, 2017); speechless machine (MFCC, Curitiba, 2017); everything that is covered (Aura Gallery, São Paulo, 2017); Earth on Fire (Cultural Box, Rio de Janeiro, 2018), Where was she looking when everything went dark (Cultural Center Post, 2022) among others. Published books and catalogs, highlighting the critical readings of the Collection: other approaches Volume II, published by the USP Museum of Contemporary Art, and the rehearsal. About silence prepared for the exhibition catalog. The first 10 years, carried out no Institute. Tomie Ohtake, of which he was also one of the curators.

Service:

Exhibition:

Where was she looking when everything went dark

Artists: Corina Ishikura and Jussara Marangoni

Curated By: Paul Gallina

Visitation: 16 from June to 30 th July 2022, Tuesday to Saturday, from 12:00 to 7:00 pm

Local: Centro Cultural Correios in Rio de Janeiro

Address: Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, 20 – 2nd walk – Center – Rio de Janeiro - RJ

Free entrance. Accessible for people with disabilities.

Information: 21 2219-5321 | 21 2219-5302

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