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STILL_MÓVIL – Centro de Exposiciones Subte, Montevideo, Uruguay [2011]

Performance / Fotografía / Colaboração

Detailed information on the STILL_MÓVIL project:

The itinerant and interdisciplinary nature of the STILL_MÓVIL project, an initiative of Red Sudamericana de Danza (RSD) and Manuel Vason, essentially brings together two languages that constantly interact: photography and dance. With the goal of transforming a dance piece – a live work of art – into stillness and image, Manuel Vason travelled, between 2010 e 2011, through ten different South American countries, documenting the work of fifty creators, choreographers and dancers in collaborative residencies.

The result is an unsettling creative material that consists of a itinerant exhibition, a book that will gather photo essays and a website with the documentation of the collaborative process. RSD is an initiative for integration and collaboration among different world-renowned actors of dance and culture belonging to South American countries. By favoring trainings,mobility and associative work spaces, Red links innovative forms of social organization to artistic development, besides supporting dance practices that research, in a broader context, new meanings in culture. Co-creators: Alejandra Jara (Paraguay), Ana Cecilia Chung Oré (Peru), Ana Cecilia Moreno (Bolivia), Ana Chin-A-Loy (Venezuela), Angela Bello (Colombia), Carla Coronado (Peru), Carolina Besuievsky (Uruguay), Carolina Herman (Argentina), Claudia Vicuña (Chile), Cristian Duarte (Brazil), Diana Szeinblum (Argentina), Edith Correa (Paraguay), Esteban Donoso (Ecuador), Félix Oropeza (Venezuela), Flor Varela (Uruguay), Giselle Rodrigues (Brazil), Inés Coronado (Peru), Isabel Story (Venezuela), Iván Sánchez (Chile), Javiera Peón-Veiga (Chile), José Alvarez (Paraguay), Josie Cáceres (Ecuador), Juliana Moraes (Brazil), Klever Viera (Ecuador), Lorna Ortiz (Peru), Lucía Russo (Argentina), Luciana Acuña (Argentina), Marcelo Evelin (Brazil), María José Rivera (Bolivia), Mariana Marchesano (Uruguay), Miguel Jaime (Uruguay), Mirella Carbone (Peru), Morella Petrozzi (Peru), Natalia Aldana (Paraguay), NataliaOrozco (Colombia), Nuri Gutés (Chile), Patricia Mallarini (Uruguay), Pepe Santana (Peru), Ricardo Marinelli (Brazil), Rocío Rivera Marchevsky (Chile), Rommel Nieves (Venezuela), Santiago Turenne (Uruguay), Sergio Valenzuela (Chile), Sofía Mejia (Colombia), Sylvia Fernández (Bolivia), Tamia Guayasamin (Ecuador), Tino Fernández (Colombia), Valeria Andrade (Ecuador), Vanilton Lakka (Brazil), Vera Sala (Brazil). Support and Acknowledgement

This project was made possible by a network of countless artists, researchers, producers, Ibero-American cultural centers and institutions, combined with the support of the Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation, in the Netherlands, the Arts Department of the Ministry of Culture of Colombia and the Montevideo Photography Center, in Uruguay.

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