Tarsila Schubert + Belo Monte + VJZARIA

Braziliality invites people interested in the Brazilian issues to discuss the construction of the Belo Monte dam screening the documentary “Belo Monte, an Announcement of a War”.

The screening will have a break, in which the VJ artist EDMOSH (VJZARIA) will do a Multimedia Performance involving video mapping. The performance also is related to the subject of indigenous tribes of the Amazon Forest.

The Documentary is about the largest ongoing construction project in Brazil, which is pointing towards an environmental, economic and social disaster.
Belo Monte is a hydroelectric dam that the Brazilian government intends to implement right in the heart of the Amazon, on the Xingu River bend, near the city of Altamira in the Pará state.

The film is directed by André D’Elia and produced by CINEDELIA.

After the screening, we will host the private view of TARSILA SCHUBERT solo exhibition at the Gallery, with a live jazz band.

Tarsila Schubert (1987) is an artist born in Bauru – Brazil. She develops her paintings inspired by music, nature, spirituality, the human mind and the Brazilian life.
Influenced and early encouraged by her father, an art lover – The Self-taught artist moved around the world on a constant search for colors and she was inspired mostly by places in Latin America, the Pantanal and the beaches of Brazil.
Her work is a colorful invitation to the enjoyment of life. Paintings, drawings and murals are a way for the artist to feed her creativity, sometimes playing God, giving life to beings brought from some of her dreams. She currently lives and works in Dubai-UAE.
Private view & screening:
3:00pm – Doors open
3:30pm – Belo Monte part 1 screening – 55mins
4:30pm – Break and multimedia performance (video mapping) by Tarsila Schubert – 30 mins
5pm  – Belo Monte part 2 – 55mins
6pm until 9pm – Private view of Tarsila Schubert’s exhibition / jazz band

Drinks and food are served at Floripa

Private View: 7th October 2012 from 6pm
Exhibition runs from 7th October until 7th November.
Opening hours:
Tuesday – Thursday 5pm – 1am
Friday  – Saturday 5pm – 2am
Sunday 1pm – midnight
Happy Hour 5pm – 7pm every weekday

Floripa 91-93 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3HZ London, United Kingdom
For more information contact: all@brazliality.org

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