LOOPS-EXPANDED IN BRAZIL
March 10th and May 1st., 2022
We received 110 of 40 countries submitted works is a testimony of the loop strengths and vitality. That’s the reason why we had a fascinating, but no easy (and slightly delayed) task. Fortunately enough, the submitted works enabled us having a real, beautiful and convincing discussion about purposes and meanings.
So in this list, we are sharing the works for which we have a commitment to show. Each curatorial partner will select one or more works and, depending on local conditions, the form of the exhibition could include shows or screenings in museums, galleries, theatres or outdoors screenings, symposiums and/or masterclasses. Hopefully, we will have a second list of more confirmed exhibitions.
This network aims to not to function as a traditional jury that just selects or rejects, but rather as a curatorial group whose goal is to unite and exhibit a ‘treasure trove’ around the loop. The present list is the autonomous but convergent work of programmers representing moving image projects in five countries: António da Câmara (Duplacena / Festival Temps d’Images, Lisbon – Portugal). Mario Gutiérrez Cru & Araceli López (PROYECTOR, Madrid – Spain); Sandra Lischi (Ondavideo, Pisa – Italy); Tom Van Vliet (WWVF, Amsterdam – Netherlands); Jaqueline Beltrame and Alisson Avila (Cine Esquema Novo collective (Porto Alegre – Brazil) and Irit Batsry and Alisson Avila (Loops.Lisboa / Festival Temps d’Images, Lisbon – Portugal).
Javier Olivera (Argentine): A possible portrait of my mother, 2021, 06:26
Nelton Pellenz (Brasil): Atlântico, 2015, 8:09
Ilaria Di Carlo (Italy): The Divine Way, 2018, 15:00
Carlos Adriano (Brasil), Sem título # 5 : A Rotina terá seu Enquanto, 2019, 10:00
Shahar Marcus (Israel): Dig, 2019, 5:35
Rina Venetucci (Argentine): Three Times Akerman, 2019, 2:27