Mãe como curadora

Encontros éticos no fazer arte com crianças

Palavras-chave: Mãe como curadora, Local específico, Prática de arte familiar

Resumo

Este artigo e a prática de pesquisa, “Mother as Curator”, fala diretamente com a mãe que desenvolve arte com sua família e aborda as implicações éticas que surgem desse tipo de performance. A autora discute dois trabalhos que ela desenvolveu com suas crianças, Oliver’s World (2014) e Isabel’s Shoes (2017). Estes trabalhos de performances e encontros destacam e encorajam o fazer performático por diferentes ângulos, reconhecendo as maneiras pelas quais o “fazer arte” como parte da vida familiar muda perspectivas e entendimentos do que conhecemos como prática artística e as formas como ela pode ser experienciada.

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Biografia do Autor

Sarah Black , Universidade Liverpool Hope

Artista de dança / professora na Liverpool Hope University, especializada em dança situada e práticas de instalação, ética materna e feminista em performance, metodologias coreográficas e ensino da técnica contemporânea de Limón.

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2019-12-13
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Black , S. (2019). Mãe como curadora. Conceição/Conception, 8(2). Recuperado de https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/conce/article/view/8657874