São Paulo / Boston
During the Biennial’s exhibit period, a set of images, videos, and texts about the 33rd Biennial is shared in different meetings with Brazilian immigrants in Boston, which is the area of the United States with the most Brazilians. The idea is to enlarge the meanings of the Biennial using its records as affective signs to connect people with their memories of their country of origin.
This action is coordinated by artists and researchers Dalida Maria Benfield, Christopher Bratton, and Gabriel Pereira. The action is supported by the Center for Arts, Design and Social Research (CAD+Sr).