Sunday Scene with Luciana De Oliveira
In this Sunday Scene, researcher and editor Luciana De Oliveira will be speaking about Afro-Brazillian artist Paulo Nazareth and his exhibition STROKE, diving deep into the contexts of his artistic practice through the lens of Nazareth’s life partner and spouse! De Oliveira will also talk about the Kaiowa Community’s fight to gain their land back in Brazil, tying common themes in her work to topics raised in Nazareth’s exhibition and their collaborative projects.
Luciana De Oliveira is an Associate Professor at the Department of Social Communication and the Graduate Program in Social Communication at the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. She is the leader of the Corisco Research Group: Collective of Studies, Ethnographic Research, and Communication Action in Risk Contexts. Since 2012, she has been working with the Kaiowa community of Guaiviry Yvy Pyte Y Jere and with the Aty Guasu Guarani-Kaiowa in Brazil with productions in cinema, visual arts, digital and editorial networks. She is co-editor, along with shamans Valdomiro Flores and Tereza Amarília Flores, of the book Ñe’e Tee Rekove/Palavra Verdadeira Viva (2020) and co-author of the object book Tee/Descendentes (2020) with Paulo Nazareth.