An environmental intervention project at the Goethe Institut São Paulo central green urban area that explores the contemporary city transformation by artistic and cultural techniques.
ALTav is a network created in order to foster the Brazilian Expanded Audiovisual scene development and also as a representative interface with the government and institutions bodies.
In November 2013, SCREEN Festival from Barcelona makes its pre-edition in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, enforcing its nature of networking and interaction with the city that it brings since 2003. Part of the Brasil implementation program.
The story of how an eccentric French shop keeper and amateur film maker attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner. The film contains footage of Banksy, Shephard Fairey, Invader and many of the world’s most infamous graffiti artists at work.
Art and technology intervention mixing GPS Art, urban intervention with an open source statement, this project took over São Paulo down town with multimedia tote and thousands of cellphone participants.
Together with nightlife wise thinkers, artists, citizens, businessman and workers, composing a manifest for a 24h city.
Based around abstract, archetypal settings that lingered in the memory of the artist as the common denominator of the many similar public places he has experienced.
The experience to reopen one of the first big cinemas of São Paulo bringing up the issues of the city and audiovisual contemporary transformations. A project that proposes a new path to the use of governmental and private empty buildings.
Giving voice to the indigenous rights and public demonstrations, this project questions the water as an environmental and social value against its energetic value as a giant hydroelectric.
An independent, crowd-funded, feature-length documentary about the largest ongoing construction project in Brazil, where both OPINIONS/DEPOSITIONS for and against Belo Monte point towards a environmental, economic and social disaster.
It is dangerous. It is illegal. Is spreading … “Pixo” is a documentary that follows the hectic routine of these young anarchists in São Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, and reveals both sides of the movement. Is it art? Vandalism? Or just an uncontrollable urge to be noticed?
One of the first exhibition made about the most aggressive São Paulo’s typical graffiti style expression, it has brought up the social dynamics of the groups involved on Pixação and look towards this manifestation also as an indices of social abyss.
Comprising paintings, objects, photographs, wall interventions, projections and workshops, the exhibition brings together five of the most representative Stencil Art names from São Paulo.
Structuring a Cultural Center in the heart of São Paulo where the new independent scene of art and culture could find a place to breed. Cinema, Exhibitions, Music, Performances and many more.