Programa LISETTE LAGNADOO AFOGADO, OS SOBREVIVENTES E O ARQUITETO

// Canoas, 2010, 13’30’’

Construída em 1954, a “Casa das Canoas” é a terceira residência do arquiteto brasileiro Oscar Niemeyer. A câmara apanha conversas soltas ao longo de uma pequena festa noturna, regada com taças de champagne, em que personagens do circuito artístico circulam pela exuberância tropical do cenário, contando curiosidades sobre o modernismo brasileiro.

Tamar Guimarães | Brasil

Tamar Guimarães (Minas Gerais, 1967. Vive e trabalha entre a Dinamarca e o Brasil. Tem mestrado na Malmö Art Academie (Suécia) e na Academia Real de Artes Plásticas (Dinamarca). Sua obra se baseia em pesquisa histórica e incorpora testemunhos, resultando em narrativas que combinam o documentário, o ensaio e a ficção. Em 2007, realiza o vídeo A Man Called Love, sobre o médium Chico Xavier. Em 2009, participa do Panorama da Arte Brasileira, no Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo (MAM/SP). Integra a 29ª Bienal Internacional de São Paulo e realiza os filmes Canoas e The Culture of The Future, em 2010. Passou por várias residências em Los Angeles, Stuttgart e Paris. Premiada por Edstrandska Foundation Fellows, Malmö, Suécia (2014), Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation, Grants and Commissions Program, Miami, EUA (2012) e Fair Play Award, Berlim, Alemanha (2007).

LISETTE LAGNADO programTHE DROWNED, THE SURVIVORS AND THE ARCHITECT

// Canoas, 2010, 13’30’’

Built in 1954, the Casa das Canoas is the third residence of Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. The camera picks up loose conversations during a small nocturnal party, washed down with champagne. Characters from the art world move in the tropical exuberance of the scene, telling us about Brazilian modernism.

Tamar Guimarães | Brasil

Tamar Guimarães (Minas Gerais, 1967) Lives and works between Denmark and Brazil, has a master’s degree from Malmö Art Academie (Sweden) and from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Denmark). Her work is based on historical research and testimonies resulting in a narrative that combines documentary, essay and fiction. In 2007 she made the video A Man Called Love, about the medium Chico Xavier. In 2009 she participated in the Panorama da Arte Brasileira, at the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo / SP) and in the 29th São Paulo International Biennial. She completed the films Canoas and The Culture of The Future in 2010. Recipient of several residencies in Los Angeles, Stuttgart and Paris; she was awarded by Edstrandska Foundation Fellows, Malmö, Sweden (2014); Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Grants and Commissions Program, Miami, USA (2012) and Fair Play Award, Berlin, Germany (2007).