Futures Literacy Lab Teatro com menores desacompanhados em busca de asilo

considerações práticas e éticas.

Palavras-chave: Alfabetização de futuros, Prática como pesquisa, Estudos de performance

Resumo

Este artigo discute uma prática como um projeto de pesquisa, o projeto e implementação de um “Futures Literacy Lab” no qual ferramentas derivadas do arsenal do Teatro do Oprimido foram aplicadas. O laboratório envolveu menores de idade desacompanhados em busca de asilo e ocorreu na ilha de Lesvos, na Grécia, em julho de 2019. As práticas de “Teatro Aplicado” costumam lidar com comunidades e indivíduos de maneira transformadora, que é, por definição, orientada para o futuro. Nesse sentido, o trabalho realizado serviu como um primeiro estudo de caso para possível colaboração interdisciplinar entre Estudos da Performances e Estudos do Futuro. No entanto, este exercício não deixa de ter implicações éticas. Este artigo discutirá alguns dos desafios, armadilhas e sucessos deste processo.

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Biografia do Autor

Pedro De Senna , Universidade de Middlesex

Praticante de teatro e acadêmico. Professor Senior em Teoria e Prática de Teatro Contemporâneo e Líder de Programa do Bacharelado em Teatro (Direção Teatral) na Middlesex University, Londres.

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Publicado
2019-12-13
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De Senna , P. (2019). Futures Literacy Lab Teatro com menores desacompanhados em busca de asilo. Conceição/Conception, 8(2). https://doi.org/10.20396/conce.v8i2.8657876