On Saturday, 19, It happens "Meeting Concrescer - Art, Poetry, City and Politics in discussion "with the artists Francisco Zorzete e Jorge Bassani, to museóloga Mariana Várzea and the poet Jorge Salomão. Mediation is the journalist of the newspaper O Globo, Nelson Gobbi. The proposal is to reflect on the dialogue between the visual arts and poetry, as ways to re-imagine the city, creatively occupy the spaces and strengthen political resistance to intolerance times. It takes place at 15.30, in the gallery of the Cultural Center Ruins Park, in Santa Teresa.
"Meeting Concrescer - Art, Poetry, City and Politics in debate "- Saturday, day 19, at 3:30 pm.
The exhibition "Concrescer" was extended until 27 January due to blockbuster. To encourage reflection on the art themes, poetry and city, the plurality of expression in these areas our culture premised resistance and intolerances, happens on Saturday, day 19, the "Meeting Concrescer - Art, Poetry, City and Politics in debate " with the participation artists Francisco Zorzete and Jorge Bassani, workto museóloga Mariana Várzea and poet George Solomon, under the mediation the visual arts journalist of the newspaper O Globo, Nelson Gobbi, to 15h30, in the gallery of Centro Cultural Ruins Park, in Santa Teresa. Panelists talk to the public about the intersection between art, poetry, city, identity, strength and intolerances, as well as other issues that reinforce the political strength of contemporary arts.
The shows Concrescer It is inspired by the Brazilian concrete poetry and presents ten works (objects and installations) created between 1983 and 2017, by artists Zorzete Francisco and Jorge Bassani, and reading from the plastic-spatial reinterpretation by concrete poems of the first phase - in the passage 1950 for 1960.
The exhibition shows that, despite the digital revolution that overthrew all boundaries between codes and languages, the poetic experience is always sensory, corporal. The spatial distribution of the poems in his concreteness leads to other poetry experimental conditions, preserving many of its semantic attributes and graphics, but proposing new forms of perception and readings.
On Centro Cultural Ruins Park the works are exhibited: concretus (poem by Pedro Shale), Full empty (poem by Pedro Shale), velocity (poem Ronaldo Azeredo), Infinity (poem by Pedro Shale), LIFE (poem Pignatari), Zero Gravity (poem by Pedro Shale), Shape (José Lino Grünewald poem) and ball Blue (poem by Pedro Shale), Sick Rose (poema de Willian Blake, translated by Augusto de Campos) and Occupy Turn around, inspired by the poem "kind of pills makes the stick roll" Torquato Neto, this year completed 46 years of death. The latter is a patch work and the public can take it home. "This tribute to Torquato is not to remember the death of the great poet, but to thank the poetry and the life he left us ", They say the artists Francisco Zorzete and Jorge Bassani.
The research that originated the works of this show was called transcodes, whose title arose from the translation of idea for different codes - if, graphic verbal (the written word and all the syntactic and lexical superstructure) to the purely visual (colors and shapes without mimetic relationship with the semantic assumption). “From the start, we rely on collaboration and invaluable guidance of Augusto de Campos and Julio Plaza, plus many other great personalities of concrete poetry, as Pignatari, Haroldo de Campos, Ronaldo Azeredo and Pedro Shale”, explain the artists Jorge Bassani and Francisco Zorzete. “All generously welcomed us and were willing to lengthy discussions about the intrinsic relationship of his poetry with the visuality of the printed sheet.”
The years 1980 were a kind of "breaking point" from electromechanical to digital. In other words, Bassani and Zorzete started its trial production in the vortex of the most profound revolution in the means of production, reproduction and operationalization of languages. “Concrete poetry not only went through all this with a gale unshaken status profound experience, it was raised to higher levels in their visionary perspectives of poetry operation + urban life + information Technology + pop culture + media explosion of signs ", highlight. The artists believe that, in today's world, this research contributes to this debate, but not limited to poems. Rereading proposes, also, new insights about the enormous importance of artists such as Julio Plaza, in order to expand and explode the semantic and formal limits sign. “More than a fundamental reference for our research, was contact with translating concepts intersemiotic, especially from Jakobson, that fact that it took shape ", count.
Concrescer which is executive produced by Mariana Várzea, Inspirations Unlimited Cultural Projects, It was held in São Paulo, Centro Cultural Casa das Rosas, in november of 2017, with great public success.
Artists and debaters:
Jorge Bassani and Francisco Zorzete They started their careers in the years 1970, Basic group with Rose, acting especially with artistic interventions in the city. With the group performed actions in the city as Signaling (from) formative (1979) At design-uncovered (1980) and Homage to Flavio de Carvalho (1982). With the end of the group's activities, in 1983, They held for four years extensive work investigating dialogues between the three-dimensional space and concrete poetry. Among the displays of products that work, there are the installations in public spaces Rose Sick (1984) the Concretus (1985). Bassani and Zorzete participated in exhibitions in double and also of collective, as Imagicidade (CCSP, 1986), Panorama of Current Brazilian Art (MAM-SP, 1985) and Transcriar (MAC-SP, 1986). In 2013, They published the São Paulo: City and Architecture – A guide, with the selection of 284 architectural works mapped in the context of urban infrastructure each time, in different historical periods of Sao Paulo.
Jorge Bassani graduated, Master and Doctor in Architecture and Urbanism and professor in the Department of History of FAU-USP, which coordinates the Mapografias Urban Study Group. Integra as co-coordinator of the international research group based at ISCTE ARTSBANK, Lisbon University Institute, dedicated to the study of changes in the metropolitan edges from their cultural productions. In recent years it has been developing research "Das artistic interventions in urban policy actions". Author The Artistic Languages and the City (2003) and organizer PDP - Mapografias Urban (2012). After the Manga Rosa and transcoding project, performed other works of urban interventions, The colors as the MAC (Ibirapuera park, SP, 1992), Way (os "Arcos da Off. Paulista ", with Dr. Arnaldo, 1993) and Urban Plots (SESC Paulista, 1994).
Francisco Zorzete He worked in Housing Division of DPH (Department of Historical Heritage) of São Paulo, after having assumed the Head of the Section of Restoration Laboratory, dedicated to sculpture works of the city's public places. In 1997, He structured the Restoration Company, company specializing in the restoration and conservation of historic interest assets, and responsible for the restoration of important buildings, including the Central Post Office Building, Building Altino Arantes (Banespão), Italy Building, Palace of the Champs Elysees, as well as works of art, as the Fountains and Independence Monument Park, Sculptures of Ramos de Azevedo Square, Monument to the Flags, Sculptures of Cathedral Square and MAM Sculpture Garden. It was also one of the creators of the Paulista School of Restoration and Virtual MuBE.
Jorge Dias is a Brazilian poet Solomon, composer, theater director and cultural activist known, who was born in Jequié, Bahia in 3 November 1946. He studied Social Sciences and Philosophy in Salvador (BA), where he participated in student movements. He studied theater with Luiz Carlos Maciel, at the School of Theater of the Federal University of Bahia and directed several theatrical shows and concerts between 1967 and 1968 in Salvador, such as: “The Monkey Neighbor”, of Joaquim Manuel de Macedo and "The good soul Setchuan”, the Bertold Brecht. He moved to Rio de Janeiro in 1969, when he participated as a collaborator in the magazine "Navilouca"Created by Waly Salomão and Torquato Neto. He directed the anthological show "Like to Return"Brazilian composer and singer known as the King of Baiao, Luiz Gonzaga, at the Teatro Teresa Rachel, Rio de Janeiro. She participated in several shows in Sao Paulo during the military dictatorship. He has published the books: Mosaical (1996), The eye of the time (1997), Field of Amerika (1998), sound (1999), The road of thought (2006), mosquito conversation (2010), Some poems and some (2016). Collaborates with texts and productions in various newspapers and magazines Brazilian. He released the CD "Technological Cru" (poems and sounds) with presentations in several Brazilian cities. Jorge Solomon is a composer of songs recorded by singers Marina Lima, Adriana Calcanhoto, Cássia Or, Zizi Possi, Red Baron the group, among other artists.
Journalist visual arts O Globo, postgraduate degree in Cultural Journalism at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ); degree in Social Communication from Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF) with specialization in Journalism and Cinema. B notebook was editor and Program Magazine, both the Jornal do Brazil, between 2006 and 2010 and reporter for the same newspaper between 2002 and 2006, as culture setorista.
Museologist, Master in Social History of Culture and PhD in Public Policies in Museums. serves 20 years in the field of culture distinct exercising public office, private and third sector organizations, always converging areas Culture and Sustainability. Currently, directs Inspirations Unlimited Cultural Projects, dedicated to management planning projects and cultural content in museums and cultural centers. She teaches at the University Candido Mendes, MBA coordinator of Cultural Production and teachers of Cultural Management MBAs and Museums Management.
|Concrescer exhibition - Rio de Janeiro / RJ|
|"Meeting Concrescer - Art, Poetry, City and Politics in debate " -Day 19 January, at 3:30 pm – Free entrance|
|Centro Cultural Ruins Park Ruins Park:|
|Exhibition: from 10 November 2018 to 27 January 2019|
|Street Murtinho Nobre, 169|
|Phone: (21) 2215-0621|