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Installation "Slaughter of Light", Brazilian artist Giselle Beiguelman. On display at the Solar da Marquesa de Santos - The City Museum, in São Paulo, from 04 of May to 01 September 2019. Photo: Ana Ottoni.

Solar da Marquesa de Santos and Pinto Alley receive Giselle Beiguelman facilities

"Slaughter of Light" and "No Monument" discuss memory loss in the public space and the aesthetics of oblivion in São Paulo. Opening on Saturday, day 04 de Mayo, to 11 hours. Free entrance

A The City Museum Opens the day 04 de Mayo, Saturday, to 11 hours, the facilities "Slaughter of Light" and "No Monument", Artist Giselle Beiguelman, in the spaces Solar da Marquesa de Santos and Alley Pinto, respectively. The works discuss Memory loss in public space and the city's relationship with its historical and cultural heritage. Composed of fragments of monuments, facilities reproduce the situation of such parts which were found by the artist in public deposits, as a kind of "ready made" from oblivion.

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"Both facilities invert the place of art in the field of public memory policies. Instead of being its object, art here thinks these policies, suggesting a debate on the social production of the aesthetics of memory and forgetting in the public space. ", declares the artist and professor at FAU - USP.

In "Slaughter of Light "the focus of the artist is the set of eight sculptures that were in the Maltese Cross Lake, located inside the Garden of Light. deployed, in your most, in the century 19, They were torn down and broken into 2016, in an act of depredation. The works were collected and stored in the park Administrator House. In the installation presented in Solar da Marquesa de Santos, Giselle recovers post-crime scene.

In "No monument ", on the other hand, Giselle retraces the steps of the Alley Pinto the foundation piles, pedestals and fragments of monuments that are on deposit at the Department of Historical Heritage – DPH, located in the neighborhood of Caninde. "With some, or no trace of their past, these enigmatic totems challenge us to ask: where they came from? They were removed by? And the most important: which held the material point of view and symbolic?”, investigates.

The design of the two facilities continues the research that resulted in the intervention Memory Amnesia performed by the artist in the Municipal Historical File 2015 to 2016. It began to be designed even in the face of Renato management at the City Museum. Giselle Beiguelman points out that one of the most important elements of the current project, Like the previous, It is the fact of being carried out in partnership with the Department of Historical Heritage and the Museum of the City of São Paulo. "These are projects that are done in dialogue and reflecting on the public memory and heritage policies. They are made only from authorization of the use of parts and input in Deposits, but also from the exchange and negotiation of views and motivations ", says the artist.

In addition, Beiguelman stresses the interdisciplinary nature of these projects, involving architects, designers, historical research and intensive participation of members of his Aesthetics Research Group of Memory in the XXI Century, Laboratory connected to the FAU OTHER urbanisms – USP.

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Giselle Beiguelman He is an artist and teacher FAU USP. Among his recent projects stand out: "Memory amnesia" (2015), "How heavy is a cloud?” (2016) and "Odiolândia" (2017). Received several national and international awards and their works part private collections and collections of various museums as ZKM (Karlsruhe, Germany), Pinacoteca de Sao Paulo, Jewish Museum (Berlin, Germany), MAR (Rio de Janeiro) and other. Was editor in chief of the Journal seLecT (2011-2014) and a columnist for Radio USP and the site Revista to. His new book, "Memory Amnesia: forgetting policies ", out in May 2019 the SESC Editions.

Museum of the City of São Paulo

A Museum of the City of São Paulo It is a network of distributed historic homes in various parts of the city. Currently, its architectural collection consists of the Solar da Marquesa de Santos, Alley Pinto, House 1 / Home Image, Casa do Bandeirante, House Sertanista, Chapel of Morumbi, House of Tatuapé, Surf the site, Morrinhos site, House Cry, Monument to Independence, Modernist house and Finchley Lane. It also has great historical value of archives as the Photographic collection; movables; Oral History and Documentary.

Service:
Installation: "Slaughter of Light", from Giselle Beiguelman
Opening: day 04 de Mayo, Saturday, to 11 hours
Exhibition period: from 04/05 the 1º / 09 2019
Local: Solar da Marquesa de Santos - City Museum
Rua Roberto Simonsen, 136 - Centro - São Paulo - SP
Tel.: (11) 3105 6118
Timetables: Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 to 17 hours
educational service available: educativomuseudacidade@gmail.com
free, free entry
Installation: "No Monument", from Giselle Beiguelman
Opening: day 04 de Mayo, Saturday, to 11 hours
Exhibition period: from 04/05 to 14/12 from 2019
Local: Alley Pinto - City Museum
Rua Roberto Simonsen, 136 - Centro - São Paulo - SP
Tel.: (11) 3105 6118
Timetables: Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 to 17 hours
educational service available: educativomuseudacidade@gmail.com
free, free entry

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