Nas últimas décadas, instaurou-se no mundo uma mentalidade seamless que desfez as costuras entre on e off, questionando as barreiras que costumavam dividir o real e o ficcional. Múltiplas realidades e planos passaram a coexistir em um jogo de realidades no qual o que é fictício se alimenta da vida real, e vice-versa.
Let’s change the subject...
Indigenous voices echo through the corridors of art and culture departments in Brazil. Behind this profusion of cultural products related to indigenous issues, there is a constant critical-restlessness: how can we demystify the vast range of cultures unknown to most Brazilians?
Buying has never been easier, but the innovations that facilitate our life also end up isolating us. Our acts of buying and consumer habits prove that we are growing increasingly distant from each other. Resuming buying habits connected to traditional and local values became a solution to strengthen face-to-face interaction, once lost with the emergence of digital media. Recovering relationships that got lost thanks to fragile and impersonal digital ties seems to be an emerging behavior in large urban centers.
The vulnerability suggested by “artistic nude” that represents women from the male perspective is opposed to the power of “nudes,” which defies the norm and reinforces women’s control over their own image and sexuality. Selfies created and shared online are valuable. Now more than ever there is the opportunity to build the visual culture of tomorrow from a new perspective — the female perspective.