Curaduría por Clarissa Aidar
São Paulo, Brasil
9 mayo, 2021 – 6 junio, 2021
Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, “Exú Tranca Rua das Almas,” Ehcho, 2020, bit.ly/3wjk5FU (Eng. Trans. for this publication by Clarissa Aidar).
A transfeminine gender identity rooted in Latin America. It carries implications of class struggle and marginalization, which often lead to compulsory sex work.
Postporn theory assembles different practices that challenge mainstream beauty, desire, and filming aesthetics. It is centered on bodies that are marginalized and fetishized by the pornography industry and first originated in Annie Sprinkle and Veronica Vera’s Post Porn Modernist Manifesto, 1989.
See Jota Mombaça’s Towards a Gender Disobedient & Anti-Colonial Redistribution of Violence, (Down and Out Distro, 2019), Accessed March 18, 2020, https://downandoutdistro.noblogs.org/files/2019/05/Redistribution-violence-1-1.pdf.
Afro-Brazilian religious practices.
Gloria Anzaldúa, Borderlands / La Frontera: The New Mestiza (San Francisco: Aunt Lute, 1987).
Bertolt Brecht, “Unsere Feinde Sagen,” Gedichte 1926-1933, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1990 (Eng. Trans. for this publication by Clarissa Aidar).