Artists from Minas Gerais and the MUMIA exhibition are highlights of the Digital Art Biennial in Rio.

Until January 22 of subsequent 12 months, the Bienal de Arte Digital, in Rio de Janeiro, will host an set up, a digital viewing of works of artwork, an audiovisual presentation and a range of works in totally different languages ​​that look at, criticize and provoke new views associated to the theme of this text, “Conditions of Being”. Activities equivalent to talks, video games, workshops and movie screenings are additionally half of the program.

Among the 60 nationwide and worldwide artists, two from Minas Gerais will current their work at this occasion. From Belo Horizonte, Zaika dos Santos is a designer, curator, designer, researcher and information scientist, cryptoartist and NFT and WEb 3.0 researcher. At the Bienal de Arte Digital, he presents a piece in which Sesa Wo Suban is a utopian situation of the Brazilian peripheries in the transformation of the contemporaneity of 2022 in neural networks. The story takes place in an alternate actuality that feeds on the cosmic ancestors to remain in the face of the unfold of the plague.

Born in Sabará, the producer Pedro Moreira arrived in Rio de Janeiro with the video artwork “Armário”, a design in three acts, which seeks to interrupt the barrier of invisibility and expose the violence suffered day by day by LGBTQIA + individuals. In his works, Moreira explores unconventional show codecs, equivalent to digital facades, movies, videowalls and immersive 360º video in digital manufacturing.

MUMMY

Created and directed by director from Minas Gerais and professor of animation cinema Sávio Leite, the Udigrudi World Animation Exhibition (MUMIA) can be half of the Digital Art Biennale’s programming. Six productions are introduced at the Oi Futuro Cultural Center. “Two Lives” by Job, Jors and Marieke is a enjoyable darkish comedy a couple of man and a lady who’ve totally different concepts about gender compatibility that result in an sudden battle.

Frank Ternier’s “Violence” tells the story of a younger black man who’s killed in a confrontation between a vigilante neighbor and the police. “Sans Gravité”, by Charline Parisot, Jérémy Cissé, Fioretta Caterina Cosmidis, Flore AllierEstrada, Maud Lemaître-Blanchart and Ludovic Abraham, tells the story of an astronaut who returns to Earth and tries to reset.

“The Kite”, by Martin Smatana, offers with the topic of demise, but it surely does so in a easy, figurative and symbolic means in the relationship between a boy and his grandfather. “Sangro”, written by Tiago Minamisawa, Bruno H Castro and Guto BR, is an intimate confession of an individual residing with HIV. Finally, “Carne”, by Camila Kater, tells the intimate tales of 5 girls and their experiences with their our bodies.

The Udigrudi World Animation Show (MUMIA) has been held in Belo Horizonte since 2003 and has established itself amongst the Brazilian movie festivals. It is the second main occasion devoted to animation cinema in Brazil. In 2022, the sport reached its twentieth version in early December. Between 1 and 18, Mu Mina passed off at Cine Humberto Mauro Cine Santa Tereza, Public Library of Minas Gerais, CASA (Centro de Artes Suspensa Armatrux) and Instituto Undió. 130 movies from totally different nations have been proven.

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