CAPACETE inaugurated its program with the 29th Biennial of São Paulo on 10.03.2010 with the speeches of Anri Sala, Moacir dos Anjos, Agnaldo Farias, Francisco de Assis and Helmut Batista. The next day, 11/03/2010, the words of Jeremy Deller and Amilcar Packer followed the debate.
Schedule of lectures
10/03 – SP 2.2.3 - Anri Sala.
11/03 – SP 2.3.5 - Jeremy Deller and Amilcar Parker.
24/03 – SP 2.4.8 - Cristine Ribas and Wouter Osterholt & Elke Uitentuis. Report by Julia Buenaventura (in Portuguese). / Support Fórum Permanente
14/04 – SP 2.5.12 - Daniela Casto, Inti Guerrero, Luisa Duarte and Sarah Farrer. Report by Livia Benedetti (in Portuguese). / Support Fórum Permanente
28/04 – SP 2.6.13 - Renata Lucas and Carlos Bunga.
29/04 – SP 2.7.15 - Milton Machado and Martin Beck. Report by Luiza Proença (in portuguese). / Support Fórum Permanente
12/05 – SP 2.8.17 - Santiago Garcia Navarro and Carla Zaccagnini. Report by Beto Shwafaty (in Portuguese). / Support Fórum Permanente
26/05 – SP 2.9.20 - Teresa Riccardi and Julia Rometti & Victor Costales.
02/06 – SP 2.10.27 - Rina Carvajal, Moacir dos Anjos, Agnaldo Farias, Chus Martínez, Yuko Hasegawa, Fernando Alvim and Sarat Maharaj. Report by Julia Buenaventura (in Portuguese). / Support Fórum Permanente
22/06 – SEn. 18.104.22.168.31 - Raquel Garbelotti and Cauê Alves, Ilana Feldman and Ismail Xavier. Report by Rodrigo Garcia Dutra (in Portuguese). / Support Fórum Permanente
24/06 – SP 2.12.33 - Jimmie Durham and Maria Thereza Alves. Report by Clark Solack (in Portuguese). / Report by Keila Kern (in Portuguese). / Support Fórum Permanente
14/07 – SP 2.13.36 - Ducha e Jean-Pascal Flavien. Report by Clark Solack (in Portuguese). / Support Fórum Permanente
22/07 – SEn. 22.214.171.124.37 - Adria Julià and Madalena Bernardes, Carlos Alberto Franzoi, Gleison Vieira.
4/08 - SP 2.15.42 - Wendelien van Oldenborgh and Raquel Garbelotti.
12/08 - SuEn. 126.96.36.199 - Romulo Fróes, Eduardo Climachauska, Nuno Ramos and Keila Kern.
18/08 - SP 2.17.48 - Tiago Carneiro da Cunha and Mariana Castillo Deball.
26/08 - SuEn. 188.8.131.52.51 - Sasha Huber, Maria Helena Machado and John Monteiro.
08/09 - SuEn. 184.108.40.206.52 - Andrea Fraser.
09/09 - SP 2.20.54 – Louidgi Beltrame and Wagner Morales.
15/09 - SuEn. 220.127.116.11.56 - Suley Rolnik and Manon de Boer.
17/09 - SuEn. 18.104.22.168.66 - Raimundas Malasauskas, Gabriel Lester, Bik van der Pol, Otto Bersham, etc.
18/09 - SP 2.23.68 - Hans Ulrich Obrist - book launch for the 3 volume of the book 'Entrevistas'.
22/09 - Yuko Hasegawa, Qui Anxiong and Chen Chieh-jen / Lars Bang Larsen & Joachim Koester / Dora Garcia and Chus Martines.
23/09 - Kendell Geers, Nastio Mosquito and Fernando Alvim / Raqs Media Collective and Sarat Maharaj / David Claerbout and Pedro França.
24/09 - Afredo Jaar and Agnaldo Farias / Cildo Meireles and Moacir dos Anjos.
29/09 - SP 2.24.69 – Tamar Guimarães and Kasper Akhøj.
06/10 - SP 2.25.71 - Marta Bogeá and Jean Pascal Flavien.
28/10 - SuEn 3.8/9.26.76 - Hans Christian Dany / Arto Lindsay, Lisette Lagnado, Vivian Caccuri and Pedro Sá.
04/11 - SP 2.27.80 - Gier Haraldseth, Anders Sandby, Roberto Winter and Luiza Proença.
27/11 - SP 2.28.82 - Agnaldo Farias e Moacir dos Anjos (book launch for Tamar Guimarães' "A Man Called Love" portuguese edition).
The critical reports are a colaboration between Fórum Permanente and the workshop "Máquina de responder".
At the second floor of Teatro Arena:
Library space, documentation and records off all the lectures, workshops and events ocurred in the theater, documentation space on diferent projects.
Wednesday to Saturday from 4 to 8 pm (except hollydays).
The space will be open and available as a study, work and meeting place. We have a computer and a projector for the use of visitors, as well as wi-fi internet, cofee and tee.
More information on the events organized in the library space here.
Notes on the CAPACETE proposal for the 29th São Paulo Biennial
+ CAPACETE entretenimentos and Fundação Bienal de São Paulo combine to develop a project associated with the 29th edition of the Biennial. Edition whose title is the verse "There is always a glass of sea for a man to sail" written by the poet Jorge de Lima, and is scheduled to occur, as an exhibition, between September 21 and December 12, 2010 in Ibirapuera Park. This shared project, however, will start well before that, and it will make use of strategies and places that expand the format and space commonly associated with an art biennial.
+ As part of the group of actions and events that embody the 29th Bienal de São Paulo, CAPACETE proposes to be, from March 2010, a "space-time" for multi-disciplinary convergence , from the format of the "lounge conversations." This format, in the 19th century, allowed different personalities and upper bourgeoisie professionals to exchange information from their various trips, research and activities. In the era of travel, however, John Cage brought the "hall" of the dining room to the kitchen. And today the "hall" happens in the virtual world of the net.
+ CAPACETE assumes that the most important moments happen in the "in-between spaces” and "in-between times" and so,they present themselves in fluctuating and unstable ways, therefore being unpredictable and uncontrollable. May the breakfast be the central forum for convergence of ideas and exchanges?, Or has it always been the nerve centre for exchange? How to build perspectives for exchange of knowledge in a non-linear and non-hierarchical way, continuously?
+ CAPACETE went through several restructuring phases, questioning the function of the "residence" format within the local context, adapting to the demands of increasingly complex projects and inserting them into different logics and localities. To this end CAPACETE manages two offices in different operational senses, one in Rio, the other in São Paulo.
+ Since the start in 1998, CAPACETE instigates and supports the various researches conducted by their artists / curators / critics, guests, inserting them into the logic of the unpredictable. What interests us is this notion of an unstable system generating uncertainties and, therefore, causing possible connections, as improbable as they may seem.
+ We have the purpose of exposing and producing unpublished conceptual and contextual works, covering multiple artistic strategies. We document our activities and serve as a starting point for the self-managing of a group of national and international artists.
+ It is of our greatest interest to represent and allow for a continuation not only language wise, serving also as a platform for the construction of the own history of the artist, documenting production and bringing it to the general public.
+ The agency is the content itself. CAPACETE aims to facilitate and to create productions that are bursting with the idea of a permanent space. The interest is the space between the gallery and the city as urban history, in its multiple manifestations.
+ As an invited organism joining the body of actions of the 29th Bienal de São Paulo, CAPACETE functions as a discursive platform of the curatorial proposal, building a lively dialogue with its participants.
In residency in Rio de Janeiro during 2010 - São Paulo Biennial Foundation:
01/03 - 30/04/2010 – Carla Zaccagnini (São Paulo).
01/03 - 30/04/2010 – Liz Linden (USA).
01/03 - 30/06/2010 – Wouter Osterholt (Netherlands).
01/03 - 30/06/2010 – Elke Uitentuis (Netherlands).
01/04 - 30/05/2010 – Amilcar Packer (São Paulo).
01/05 - 30/06/2010 – Vitor Cesar (Fortaleza/São Paulo).
01/06 - 30/06/2010 – Kasper Peterson (Copenhagen/New York).
01/06 - 30/09/2010 – Adria Julia (USA/Barcelona).
01/07 - 30/09/2010 – Louidgi Beltrami (France).
01/07 - 30/09/2010 – Elfi Turpin (France).
01/07 - 30/09/2010 – Tamar Guimarães (Minas Gerais/Denmark).
10/08 - 26/09/2010 – Raimundas Malasauskas (Lituania).
01/08 - 30/12/2010 – Bart Lodewijks (Netherlands).
01/09 - 31/12/2010 – Lise Harlev (Denmark).
01/09 - 31/12/2010 – Anders Smebye (Norway).
01/10 - 31/12/2010 – Daniel Salomon (France).
In residency in São Paulo during 2010 - São Paulo Biennial Foundation:
01/03 - 30/04/2010 – Cristina Ribas (Porto Alegre/Rio de Janeiro).
01/03 - 30/04/2010 – Sarah Farah (New Zelland/Netherlands).
01/03 - 30/05/2010 – Victor Costales (Ecuador/Belarus).
01/03 - 30/05/2010 – Julia Rometti (France).
01/03 - 30/06/2010 – Santiago Garcia Navarro (Buenos Aires).
01/05 - 30/05/2010 – Kasper Pederson (Copenhagen/New York).
18/05 - 17/11/2010 – Adriana Pineda (Colombia) - residências_em_rede [iberoamerica] with Taller 7, supported by AECID.
01/06 - 30/09/2010 – Adria Julia (USA/Barcelona).
01/07 - 30/07/2010 – Ducha (Rio de Janeiro).
01/07 - 30/10/2010 – Jean-Pascal Flavien (France).
10/07 - 15/10/2010 – Mariana Del Castillo Deball (Mexico / Netherlands) - BVK Fonds of Netherlands.
19/07 - 02/09/2010 – Sasha Huber (Switzerland/Finland).
02/08 - 31/08/2010 – Adriana Lara (Mexico).
20/08 - 26/09/2010 – Gabriel Lester (Netherlands).
15/08 - 31/10/2010 – Jonas Ohlsson (Netherlands/Sweden).
15/08 - 31/10/2010 – Daniele Bersham (Netherlands/Germany).
01/09 - 31/09/2010 – Otto Berchem (Netherlands/USA).
01/10 - 31/10/2010 – Hans Christian Dany (Germany).
01/10 - 31/01/2010 – Mako Ishizuka (Japan).