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I Thought Encounter and Reflection in Photography

[ | February 27th, 2012 | 2 Comments | 9,901 views]

Between 17 and 19 May the MIS, the institution of the Secretary of State of São Paulo, in partnership with Studio Magdalene meets in the state capital photography professionals throughout the country as well as international guests, in an encounter that puts question the thought in photography.

The program consists of six tables of discussion with guests, two workshops and six presentations of texts written by invitation. Those interested in participating in this call must submit articles via website, in Portuguese or Spanish, that provide for discussion and thinking about the photographic language in its various approaches. If you reside outside of the city of São Paulo, the participant receives per diem for expenses with airfare and lodging.

Photographers, curators, and cultural producers interested students to attend every meeting and ensure completion certificate, must do pre-register through a form available on the MIS website . After analysis of the material submitted with the form (mini-bio and letter of intent), the selected will be communicated via e-mail. Are only 80 vacancies, and only the selected guarantee a seat to attend one of the workshops still the 80, only 60 are attached workshop. Those selected also receive a badge to access all programming.

There is still the possibility of participating in presentations and occasional tables, no need to signup for it and go through the selection process, simply remove with one hour advance ticket at the reception of MIS.


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The end of the registration period for the notice is April 15 and for pre-registration, the 7th of May or until completing 300 subscribers. For more information visit www.calendariocultural.com.br/pensamentoereflexao or send an email to pensamentoereflexao@estudiomadalena.com.br

Ist Meeting on Thought and Reflection in Photography

The meeting called names like Boris Kossoy, Claudi Carreras, Diogenes Moura, Eder Chiodetto, Muylaert Eduardo, Fernando de Tacca, Juan Antonio Molina, Juan Esteves, João de Mendonça, Ronaldo Entler, Adaro Mane, Mario Ramiro, Rubens Fernandes Jr., Simonetta Persichetti and Thyago Nogueira to address issues such as contemporary forms of discussion and flow of ideas in photography, going by the experiences at the Academy and its research perspectives. "We also return us to reflect the historical and symbolic themes," says Alexandre Bethlehem, which with Georgia Farm signs the curator of the event.

Click here to view the PDF with the event schedule .

SCHEDULE 17/05

10h / 12h30 WS1_Juan Antonio Molina // The production of photographic discourse - curating, and editing exercises - Part 1

10h / 12h30 WS2_Claudi Carreras // Development of cultural and personal project
- Part 1

14h00 / 16h30 Presentation selected call

17h30 / 19h00 SESSION 1 HISTORY: A walk through critical thinking in Brazilian Photography
Speaker: Rubens Fernandes Junior - FAAP / SP

19h30 / 21h DISCUSSION SESSION 2: Why do we think the photograph?
Speaker: Boris Kossoy - USP / SP

SCHEDULE 18/05

10h / 12h30 WS1_Juan Antonio Molina // The production of photographic discourse - curating, and editing exercises - part 2

10h / 12h30 WS2_Claudi Carreras // Development of cultural and personal project -
part 2

14h00 / 16h30 Presentation selected call

17h30 / 19h00 SESSION 3 JOURNALISM: The writing and journalism: there is room for criticism?
Mediation: Eduardo Muylaert
Speakers: Juan Esteves - Best Magazine Shoot, Simonetta Persichetti - Estadão and Thyago Nogueira - ZUM Magazine

19h30 / 21h00 THEORY SESSION 4: Thinking in Academia
Mediation: Georgia Farm - FAAP / SP
Speakers: Mario Ramiro and João Martinho de Mendonça
SCHEDULE 19/05

10h / 12h30 WS1_Juan Antonio Molina // The production of photographic discourse - curating, and editing exercises - Part 3

10h / 12h30 WS2_Claudi Carreras // Development of cultural and personal project -
part 3

15h / 17h00 SESSION 5 [Experience Report] WEB: Broadcast and experience: The multiplicity of media and convergences in contemporary
Case Study: Ronaldo Entler - Iconic Blog
Case Study: Fernando de Tacca - Online magazine Studium
Case Study: Mane Adaro - CHILE

18h / 20h CURATORSHIP SESSION 6: Contemporary Curator: critical research and construction of reflection
Mediation: Claudi Carreras
Speakers: Chiodetto Eder, Juan Antonio Molina and Diogenes Moura

20: 30 / 22h SESSION Special Cocktail and projection Behold São Paulo: tribute to Guilherme de Almeida

Ist Meeting Thought and Reflection in Photography

When? 17:05 to 19:05
Where Auditorium :: Museum of Image and Sound - MIS :: Avenida Europa, 158, Jardim Europa, Sao Paulo :: 11 2117 4777
Conveniado parking: US $ 8 (until 18pm, for a period of up to 6 hours). And a lift for wheelchair access. Air conditioning.

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2 Comments »

  • Claudio Edinger said:

    We have to think first because not photographed photograph what we see but who we are. Second, because the picture is in its infancy (compared with, say, a painting that's been around since the caveman). Thirdly, because the picture changes all the time, the same image has several meanings, depending on how it is shown, how it is illuminated. Morning is one way at lunch the other and so on. It's ironic because the picture would freeze reality. It does not freeze anything, melting lives and furthermore, what is the reality? Room because what an image means varies greatly according to the beholder.

    Congratulations on your great initiative!
    hugs,

    Claudio

  • Iatã Cannabrava said:

    Thanks Claudio, vc is part of it all!

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