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INTERDISCIPLINARY CONVERSATIONS

WHEN DISCUSSING INTERDISCIPLINARITY, WE'RE ESSENTIALLY REFERRING TO THE INTERACTION BETWEEN TWO OR MORE DISCIPLINES OR FIELDS OF KNOWLEDGE. THE CONFERENCE INVITED ARTISTS AND RESEARCHERS FROM DIFFERENT FIELDS TO PRESENT TOPICS OF INTEREST FOR MOVEMENT STUDIES, AIMING TO FOSTER KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE, FUEL DEBATES, PROVOKE INTERSECTIONS, AND MOTIVATE CONNECTIONS AMONG CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS, WHO CAN ENGAGE IN THIS ACTIVITY EITHER IN PERSON OR VIRTUALLY.

August, 1st

4h30 to 6h pm

Conference Room

Choreographic Center of the

City of Rio de Janeiro

Close to the event, an online link will be sent for registered conference participants.

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Profa. Dra.
Branca Telles Ribeiro
Sociolinguist

THE HERE AND NOW OF COMMUNICATION IN SOCIAL INTERACTIONS What can everyday conversations and interactions tell us about the participants or about their relationships (power dynamics, friendship, seduction, etc.)? How do conversations between friends, colleagues, or professionals produce a system that reveals what happens in these interactions from a sociolinguistic perspective? And how, also looking at conversations and interactions, can we better understand social life and the world we live in? How have sociolinguists analyzed the structures and functions of shared conversations in everyday life and face-to-face interaction? Our meeting aims to discuss some of these questions. Through segments of videos and transcriptions, we will observe the possibility of conducting a meticulous and detailed analysis, methodologically supported and theoretically grounded in the emergence of conversational exchanges in various instances of everyday life. Prof. Dr. Branca Telles Ribeiro: Emeritus Professor at Lesley University (Cambridge, MA) and Adjunct Professor at UFRJ (Applied Linguistics/Psychiatry-IPUB). Coordinator of research in Language, Communication, and Mental Health (CNPq). In the USA, she coordinated interdisciplinary research in the area of Communication, Identity, and Clinic, and both in Brazil and abroad, she has extensively published in the areas of Interactional Sociolinguistics, Communication in Mental Health, Intercultural Communication (gender, ethnicity, social class issues), and topics related to identity performance in social interaction. Branca holds a Bachelor degree from PUC Rio, with a Master in Linguistics from PUC Rio, a Master in Sociolinguistics from Georgetown University, a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Georgetown University, and a Post-doctorate in Social Psychology from Harvard University.

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Profa. Dra.
Dinah Papi Guimaraens
Architect and Anthropologist

TRANSCULTURAL LANDSCAPES: NOTES ON DECOLONIALISM, ECOFEMINISM, AND CONTEMPORARY CYBORG BODIES Ecofeminism and Decolonial Ecology as movements of civil disobedience and struggle against ecological collapse. New ways of imagining the future, including reacting against ideological and chemical toxicities, as well as against Racism, Patriarchy, and Speciesism. Concepts of Sustainism in Architecture/Design incorporated into critical stances on paradigms of Race and Gender in Western society. Haraway's "Cyborg Manifesto" as inspiration for Cyberfeminisms. Body Interventions for the construction of the Transsexual, Transvestite, and Transgender Cyborg Body. Body as an identity marker and its relationship with the natural and the non-natural. Notion of resistance to power that seeks to control the lives of populations through the body or Biopower, in the Foucauldian sense, by questioning traditional modes of existence of indigenous communities and popular sectors. Prof. Dr. Dinah Tereza Papi de Guimaraens: Adjunct Professor of Architecture/Urbanism at the Federal Fluminense University, UFF, graduated in Architecture and Urbanism from the Santa Úrsula University, USU, with a Master's and Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ, and Post-doctorate at the University of New Mexico, USA. With extensive practical-theoretical experience in indigenous, Afro-Brazilian, and popular cultures in the areas of interdisciplinary studies of performance/dance, visual arts, museums, music, anthropology, education, and social communication, Dinah published Continuous City: Urban Digital Transcultural Logics (2019) and, with Lauro Cavalcanti, Suburban and Rural Kitsch Architecture (1979, 2006) and Carioca Motel Architecture: Space and Social Organization (1980, 2007). She organized the books Transcultural Aesthetics in the Latin American University (2016) and Museum of Arts and Origins: Map of Guarani Living Cultures (2003).

August, 2st

4h30 to 6h pm

Conference Room

Choreographic Center of the

City of Rio de Janeiro

Close to the event, an online link will be sent for registered conference participants.

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Prof. Dr.
Guido Conrado

 

WHEN THE WORD BECOMES FLESH - QUESTIONS ABOUT BODY, LANGUAGE, AND POLITICS Contrary to what is predicted by classical physics, politics have always been a place where two bodies could occupy the same space at the same time. Nowadays, amidst the logic of configurations of public forms of existence that have come to be known as the “multitude” - as opposed to the unitary idea of “the people” - we are challenged to think that not only bodies but also "entire worlds" that are incompatible can coexist in the same place. The fact that the word people needs to be replaced by the word multitude to designate the forms of public existence of the "many," and the fact that we can consent to the "simultaneous existence of incompatible worlds" reflect - indeed - transformations of language. But let us not be mistaken, we are not dealing here with forms of communication configuration; we are talking about contemporary modes of language incarnation. In general terms, this will be the set of questions we will offer as an occasion for proposing our dialogue on "body, language, and politics." Prof. Dr. Guido Conrado: Theorist and researcher of arts and fashion, holds a Master's and Ph.D. from the Graduate Program in Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, PUC-Rio. He is a member of the Resdesign Collective, with which he investigates the transpositions of resources from the visual languages of arts and design for innovation in services, processes, and products, and acts as a Specialist in Creative Processes at the Innovation Cell of Senac-RJ.

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Profa. Dra.
Celina Bordallo Charlier

 

FLUTE AND MOVEMENT: A COLLECTIVE AND INTERACTIVE ONLINE PERFORMANCE IN REAL TIME Since 2001, directing and performing as a flutist in collaborative musical performances via the internet, this time I invite you to dance: to engage in gestures and postures in dialogue with the musical stimulus of flutes of various sonorities, to explore together the possibilities of a collective online performance in real time. In a musical performance, we usually explore three possibilities of sound-space interaction: adapting the way of playing so that the music sounds the same in different spaces, creating music specifically for a particular space, or keeping the performance constant and letting the interaction with different spaces transform the sound. In online performance, we add the delay between the sound emitted and the sound heard, the delay in the image, and the delimitation of individual spaces on the screen. In attempting to create a dialogue that integrates the characteristics of the medium, we can perceive how each participant's performance contributes to the moving mosaic and explore our creative possibilities in a performance that aims to be collaborative in real time (or real times?) and virtual space. Prof. Dr. Celina Bordallo Charlier: Based in New York for 25 years, flutist Celina Charlier has developed an international career as a performer, conductor, teacher, and arranger. Educated at the Municipal School of Music of São Paulo, she holds a Bachelor's degree from UNESP and a Master's and Ph.D. from New York University (NYU), where she taught for 18 years. She founded and led the Music Department at NYU Abu Dhabi, with faculty and students from over 100 countries. She performs in numerous countries and is especially involved in online interdisciplinary performances, including leading the "Online Orchestra Celina Charlier" with musicians from four continents. Additionally, she teaches flute and music history at American universities, including Maryville University and Tulane University.

Coordination
Regina Miranda

MSc.,
CMA

FORUM OF THE BRAZILIAN LABAN FIELD IN HIGHER EDUCATION

August, 2th

6h30 to 8h30 pm

Loft

Choreographic Center of the

City of Rio de Janeiro

PARTICIPANTES CONFIRMADAS Profa. Dra. Adriana Bonfatti (UNIRIO) CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Ms. Ana Bevilaqua (FAV) CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Dra. Ciane Fernandes (UFBA) CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Dra. Cibele Sastre (UFRGS) CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Dra. Denise Zenicola (UFF) Profa. Dra. Elisa Abrão (UFG) Especialista em Sistema Laban/Bartenieff (FAV/LABAN Rio) Profa. Dra. Flávia Valle (UFRGS) CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Dra. Jacyan Castilho (UFRJ) Profa. Dra. Júlia Franca CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Dra. Lígia Tourinho (UFRJ) CMA - LIMS New York ​Profa. Dra. Lilian Vilela (UNESP) Especialista em Sistema Laban/Bartenieff (FAV/LABAN Rio) Profa. Luciana Bicalho (CAL) Prof. Dr. Marcílio Vieira (UFRN) Especialista em Sistema Laban/Bartenieff (FAV/LABAN Rio) Prof. Dr. Marcus Vinícius Machado (UFRJ) CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Ms. Marina Salomon (Cal) Hon.CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Dra. Marisa Lambert (UNICAMP) CMA - LIMS New York Dra. Marisa Naspolini CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Dra. Neila Baldi (UFSM) Especialista em Sistema Laban/Bartenieff (FAV/LABAN Rio) Profa. Ms. Regina Miranda (FAV) CMA - LIMS New York Profa. Dra. Vivian Vieira (UFU)

Coordination
Ligia Tourinho

PhD,
CMA

REHEARSING A CARTOGRAPHY OF THE LABANIAN FIELD IN HIGHER ARTS EDUCATION IN BRAZIL, REVIEWS WILL BE SHARED ON HOW THE FIELD HAS EVOLVED, CULMINATING IN A BROAD DEBATE BETWEEN THE INVITED PEOPLE AND CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS.

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