7 sep - 9 dec, 2018
free admission


Affective De/re/organizations

On Thursdays, the program Affective De/re/organizations, conceived by Marília Loureiro, is based on curatorial investigations to hold encounters with institutions, groups and initiatives that made significant changes in their original systems.

Marilia Loureiro holds an MA from the Program of Independent Studies of the Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Barcelona (2015). She was a visiting curator at the lugar a dudas in Cali, Colombia, and is currently a curator at the Casa do Povo.

08/11/2018 - 08/11/2018
19:30 às 21:32

Conversation with Luciana Alves and Ana Helena Passos

Luciana Alves and Ana Helena Passos talk about the concept of whiteness, which de/re/organizes the notion of race invented in the 19th century by white people. On a planet where white people are not even 20% of the world population, but consider themselves as a universal identity, what are the symbolic and material privileges that have extended through history and continue to pervade our relations nowadays? What is produced based on the elaboration of the concept of whiteness? How can we think about the relations of power not based on what has been considered alterity (the black person, the woman, the trans body), but based on the norm itself (the white person, the man, the cis body)?

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting point

01/11/2018 - 01/11/2018
19:30 às 21:30

Conversation with the Tor Project

A representative of the Tor Project, Gustavo Gus talks about information science and digital self-defense based on the open-source software of the same name, which allows for safe and anonymous communication while surfing Internet and in online activities, protecting against censorship while ensuring privacy.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting point

25/10/2018 - 25/10/2018
19:30 às 21:30

Conversation with Arco Escola-Cooperativa

Representatives from the Arco Escola-Cooperativa will talk about the collective, created by teachers, educators, psychoanalysts and artists, which seeks to construct a cooperative school at the junior high and high school level. It was built in light of a context that requires the creation of an environment that valorizes and respects the teacher’s work and his or her autonomy, and where the students also play an active role in the learning process. Mediated by Lilian L'Abbate Kelian.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting point

18/10/2018 - 18/10/2018
19:30 às 21:30

Conversation with União Sampaio Community Bank

The representative of the União Sampaio Community Bank, Thiago Vinicius, talks about the microcredit system created in the community of Jardim Maria Sampaio, Campo Limpo, in Southern Area of São Paulo. Aimed at low-income residents who do not have access to financing from traditional banks and need to take interest-free loans through a local currency called Sampaio, which is accepted in various establishments in their neighborhood, such as the grocery stores, butchers, hair salons, drugstores and flower shops.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting point

11/10/2018 - 11/10/2018
19:30 às 21:30

Conversation with Família Stronger

The representative of the LGBTI+ family Família Stronger, Elvis Justino, talks about the community, which currently comprises 250 trans, cis, transvestite, gay, bisexual and lesbian members in an affective network against prejudice and intolerance.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting point

04/10/2018 - 04/10/2018
19:30 às 21:30

Conversation with data_labe

Journalists Gilberto Vieira and Clara Sacco will talk about the Data Labe information laboratory, a team made up of young residents of low-income neighborhoods who produce new narratives on the basis of data. The projects they developed are centered around the question of the mental image (social imaginary) that people instruct concerning the city and its inhabitants. The laboratory was born in 2015 in the facilities of the Observatório de Favelas, in partnership with the Escola de Dados, and is established today as an autonomous and self-managed program. Its actions are organized on three axes: production of content; training; and citizen-based monitoring and generation of data.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting point

27/09/2018 - 27/09/2018
19:30 às 21:30

Conversation with Presidente Campos Salles School

The third meeting of the program invites the Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Presidente Campos Salles, to discuss the process of removal of the walls of the school, and the implementation of a new pedagogical methodology.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting Point

20/09/2018 - 20/09/2018
19:30 às 21:30

Conversation with Ícaro Vilaça and Mário Braga

Architects and urbanists Ícaro Vilaça and Mário Braga will speak about the Usina group, a not-for-profit entity that provides technical consulting to popular movements in the area of housing and urban reform.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting Point

13/09/2018 - 13/09/2018
19:30 às 21:30

Conversation with Tales Ab'saber

Psychoanalyst Tales Ab'saber will talk about the Open Psychoanalysis Clinic project held at Casa do Povo. The interlocution will be done by Miguel Bairrão, researcher and professor in social psychology with the Department of Psychology of the College of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters of Ribeirão Preto of the Universidade de São Paulo.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting Point

08/09/2018 - 08/09/2018
15:00 às 17:00

Conversation with Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro and Thiago Gil

An open conversation about how changes in the organization of institutions can open a space for the production of other circuits of relations, practices and knowledge. In this edition, curator Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro and researcher Thiago Gil discuss the curatorial changes made at the 33rd edition of the Bienal de São Paulo.

Bienal Pavilion (2nd floor) Meeting Point