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(Dis)memories: Spectrums of the Machine

Anderson Gonçalves

Rodrigo Dorta Marques 

Andrés Suàrez 

Jorge Ferreira Franco 

Enzo Bressan Crivellaro 

Lima Bo 

Jonathan Jota 

Christian Grinstein 

Ana Raquel Sanches 

Caio André 

Daniel Boanerges Rodrigues 


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The artwork is a place of freedom meetings, where it is possible the appropriation of the virtual space within an active and affective manner, which promotes exchanges and prose, inventions and propositions, be them, among others, of artistic, social, anthropological, ecologic and scientific nature. The iterator can act herself/himself as protagonist or spectator, alone or in a collective way. It is her/him who activates the installation, the one who organizes and qualifies her/ his conduct in the work, and because of that the artwork only happens with a visitor’s presence. Constituted by a three-dimensional ambiance of immersive and creative nature, in real-time, accessed by means of a link in cyberspace. The artwork is constituted by three different spaces which stimulate a reflection about the past and the present, based on the memory concept. They are: ‘A Minute for Reflection’, ‘Ghost Room’, and ‘Archive of Souls’.

Anderson Gonçalves, Et Al.

University of São Paulo

Ana Raquel Gonçalves Sanches - (Ana Sanches) Architecture and Urban Planning graduated from the São Paulo State University Júlio de Mesquita Filho (2017), carried out a scientific initiation with a FAPESP grant, with an emphasis on the following themes: memory, architectural heritage, and safeguarding. Student in Visual Arts at the University of Jales (2018). Post-graduate student "Latu Sensu" in "Institutional and Clinical Psychopedagogy" at Faculdade de Conchas (2019). Public server, acting as an Arts Teacher in the Municipal Network of São José dos Campos, seeking emphasis on the reflective process and the role of students. Participates in the research group "Accessible Devices for Virtual and Augmented Realities", of the GIIP-IA/UNESP (Inter-institutional Research Group on Convergences between Art, Science, and Technology of the Institute of Arts, State University of São Paulo). 

Andrés Suárez - Andrés Felipe Restrepo Suárez (Andrés Suárez) was born in Colombia. In 2014, he completed his bachelor's degree in Maestro in fine arts at the Universidad de Caldas - Colombia. In 2020, he began his postgraduate studies at Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP-IA in the line of Artistic Processes and Procedures. Suárez has participated in different national and international artistic residencies, as well as multiple collective and individual exhibitions, biennials, regional and national salons.



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