Screening of "OUR HOUSE" by Will Fredo

Thursday, 21 September, 2023
7:00 pm

Centro Cultural Inclusartiz, R. Sacadura Cabral, 333 - Gamboa, RJ

As part of their residency, artist Will Fredo Furtado will be screening their film "OUR HOUSE", portraying an Afro-Colombian cuir collective, exploring new black cuir poetics and subjectivity. The screening will take place on September 21 at Instituto Inclusartiz.

Still frame from Will Fredo's film "OUR HOUSE". Credits: NOSSA CASA (film still), 2023 © Will Fredo



Crash, Gabriela Mureb

Friday, 22 September, 2023
6:00 pm

Florida Lothringer 13

Gabriela Mureb’s work addresses relationships among body, technology and the world, proposing that we listen to machines as a way of listening to the path that produced them, continuously reenacted in their movements. Filmed at the BMW Recycling & Demolition Centre (RDZ), Crash provides an opportunity to observe Western world's industrial heritage through the insides of a technical event.

Gabriela Mureb, Crash, 2023. Video still.



AIR-M Ebenböckhaus City of Munich Residency

6 Jul, 2023 - 27 Sep, 2023

Munich, Germany

Artist Gabriela Mureb has been selected for Salta art's program 2023 at AIR-M Ebenböckhaus! a residency launched in collaboration with the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich.

Mureb’s work deals primarily with the appropriation of industrial parts to produce works situated between sculpture, installation, performance and sound. She is interested in how machines inherently carry, in their shape and movement, information about the context and bodies that produce them

Gabriela Mureb, Untitled, 2016 – 2017. Photo: Central Galeria



Pivô Research residency

14 Aug, 2023 - 12 Nov, 2023

São Paulo, Brazil

Munich-based artist Diogo da Cruz has been selected for Salta art program 2023 at Pivô Research in São Paulo, Brazil! The artist will head to São Paulo, Brazil on August 14 for a stay at Pivô, a downtown nonprofit art space in a building designed by Oscar Niemeyer.

Da Cruz produces partially fictitious scenarios based on scientific findings that refer to past, present or future socio-political scenarios. Taking its form as installation, sculpture or video work, his practice relies o

Diogo da Cruz, Wave Jumper, public sculpture at Walk & Talk Azores, 2022. Photo: Mariana Lopes