With an investigative focus on Political Art, we bring some questions permeating all documentary: What is political art? When can we say the art is political? Exploring different contexts in interviews with artists from different regions, this documentary shows the diversity of the production of Political Art in Brazil.
In this documentary, we investigate the experiences and archives of some Brazilian artists that are part of the Mail Art movement. A diverse narrative, with several probable beginnings and local contexts that they make impossible any absolute approach.
The environment is the space which we live and depend for our survival. In what ways does art address environmental issues? We bring this question to several artists whose works explore from the photography to environmental interventions, gathering a set of reflections on this theme.
This documentary opens a discussion about performance in contemporary art and the issues raised by this artistic practice: What is performance? What are your relationships with other fields of contemporary art? The documentary presents a wide panorama of Brazilian performance interviewing several artists which artworks bring different understandings about this practice.
How can art be related to cities and urban spaces? Throughout this documentary, we investigate what is (and what can be) Urban Art Intervention. The artists statements from different cities show many ways of producing urban interventions in Brazil.
What are the relationships between crafts and contemporary art? we discuss the importance of crafts In dialogue with artists, critics and curators highlighting what is current in Brazilian art production.
What is the history of Video Art in Brazil? In conversation with some of the agents of Brazilian Video Art, we investigate the history of this artistic language also showing some of its regional expressions.
This documentary explores the relations between video art and experimental cinema in addition to show films and videos produced by artists. In interviews with artists and critics from different regions of Brazil, undoubtedly it is increasing a shift of tendencies in this field, from video production to visual arts and vice versa.