LECTURES

PUC/SP

CARTOGRAPHY OF A RESEARCHER: FROM MASTER TO POST DOC

2018

A presentation of my personal career as a researcher, with emphasis on processing and unfolding the object of research and the methodologies used to study it. The talk was aimed at students of postgraduate programs and aimed to illustrate the traced routes, sharing stages, challenges and difficulties.

Art

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Universidade Mackenzie/SP

JEWEL AND MEMORY: PAST PRESENT

2015

The relationships between jewel and memory provide a double seduction: one of the jewels as an object that triggers wishes, and another of memory as a nowadays theme. Our contemporary in which the desire for the new (quickly replaceable) contrasts with the need to expand resources to keep in memory an incredible profusion of information and images. The conference proposes a reflection on that context, using the idea of the jewel as an object of memory.

Art

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IBGM-AJESP/SP

PERSPECTIVES OF CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY

2014

Under the name 'Contemporary Jewellery' countless contents are articulated and projected on jewellery’s production nowadays. In this talk we seek to bring to the surface the origin and extent of these multiple concepts that are often crossed by art speeches and also the extolling the crafts. The presentation also discusses the detachment of precious materiality, the interests of the market and flows of fashion, building transverse modes to think and produce jewellery.

Design

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ARCO/Lisboa

CONTEMPORARY JEWELERY: CARTOGRAPHY OF A "WAR MACHINE"

2011

In this lecture, which presents conceptual fragments of the PhD thesis “Arte-Jewellery: a personal cartography”, themes intrinsic to jewellery as desire, body and materiality are presented from the thought of Deleuze and Guattari. The focus is on Contemporary Jewellery, regarded as a poetic practice able to deepen the meaning and scope of jewellery today. It concludes revealing its importance as a "war machine", as opposed to the ubiquitous market speech, consumption dynamics and fashion flows.

Art

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ABAICA / Juazeiro do Norte

BUT WHAT IS DESIGN AFTER ALL?

2011

Since the university, every designer faces this question that sometimes lasts a lifetime. The history of design continues to be redefined from its origin and, if we want to quickly close the matter, we can say that there is no definitive answer. We must consider history, memory and society as constructions that are continually shaped, transformed and reabsorbed. That converge all settings and design concepts as temporary and, therefore, more interesting to think about.

Design

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GRAY AREA SIMPOSIUM / Mexico City

OVERVIEW OF TRAINING IN JEWELERY IN BRAZIL

2010

The conference presented an overview of the teaching of jewellery in Brazil, since the country's role as a source of precious materiality (extraction of gold and stones) to its current position in creation, production and export of jewellery. An example was the designer Antônio Bernardo, winner of several IF-Design awards and the internationally known H Stern company. The most recent initiatives contributed by the Institute of Arts of Unicamp to promote the field of Contemporary Jewellery were also presented.

Art

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CSO/Lisboa

BODY AND ORNAMENT: LAUREN KALMAN'S PROVOCATIONS

2017

A presentation of the work of visual artist Lauren Kalman, in which body, ornament and image are discussed from their relationships with health and disease, beauty and grotesque, sensorially and sexuality. The communication brought the reading of four series of the artist, under the bias of relevant authors in body studies, such as Foucault, Vigarello and Courbine.

Art

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DARE/Ghent

REPEAT/ PLEASE: AN EXPERIENCE OF CREATION

2015

Exposition of a teaching methodology - Creative Situations - oriented to the development of creative processes in visual arts courses. After a brief contextualization of the working group that developed the method and the discipline in which it was used, the speech focus was to present, as an example, the exercise "Repeat please" and its plastic results.

Art

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CSO/Lisboa

BODY-JOY: REFLECTIONS FROM THE LONGING FOR THE BODY SERIES

2012

This communication presents a reflection on the series "Longing for the Body", by the Brazilian artist Mirla Fernandes (São Paulo, 1969), whose poetics invites us to discuss the relationship between the body and the jewel. The importance of the body in the art-jewellery is presented through the chosen works, problematizing the relationships between the body that makes and the body that wear the jewel. These contents allow us to think about the concept of Body without Organs (CsO) of Deleuze and Guattari.

Art

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EXPERIMENTA DESIGN + PIN / Lisboa

DIALOGS IN CONTEMPORARY JEWELLERY

2011

The testimonies of artists recorded during the "Gray Area Symposium" are the starting point of a reflection on the poetic practice in contemporary jewellery. When answering the question "What is a jewel?" each interviewee reveals their own ways of thinking and producing jewellery. To the content provided by those artists, concepts drawn from Deleuze and Guattari thoughts are added, allowing articulate and problematize the territory of the jewel-art.

Art

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ABAICA / Juazeiro do Norte

CONTEMPORARY JEWEL: FRONTIERS OF ART AND DESIGN

2011

The conference will address the diversity of current jewellery production and the relationships it establishes with the fields of art and design. The starting point will be a historical contextualization of the twentieth century transformations, presented together with intrinsic concepts of jewellery - desire, body, materiality. Such an encounter will allow us to understand and show points of convergence and divergence between jewellery as an artistic product and / or a design product, as well as the connections between these fields.

Design

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DESIGN EXE UNOPAR / Londrina

A WISH COLLECTION

2009

Jewel and desire are things that, in common sense, easily produce a judgment, perhaps a prejudice. In front of moral values, these topics are classified as of minor concern in front of what is really important in life. However, here the jewel will be understood as a discursive platform, and the wishes mobilized by it - power, status, seduction, affection, expression - will be treated as elements capable of telling us a lot about the people and society that produced and used them.

Design

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