Som da Maré - Um projecto participativo de arte sonora
Curator: Pedro Rebelo
Participants: Alan da Silva Lira, Aline Pereira Macário, Aline de Moura, Artur Costa Lopes, Danilo Andrade, Everton Ramos, Geandra Nobre, Jaqueline Alves, Jaqueline Andrade, Jeferson Luciano Gaspar Mesquita, Joyce Rodrigues de Oliveira, Larissa Paredes, Matheus Frazão de Almeida Silva, Matilde Meireles, Marco Aurélio Damaceno, Mariluci Nascimento, Marina Cortês, Natália Chaves Bruno, Phellipe Azevedo, Priscilla Monteiro, Raíza Barros Nascimento, Rodrigo Furman, Rodrigo Souza, Sebastian Wiedemann, Tullis Rennie, Wagner Belo de Siqueira, Wallace Lino
Community project and site-specific exhibitionMuseu da Maré and Performative soundwalk, Parque do Flamengo, Rio, Brazil
In May 2014, the participative project Som da Maré brought together the creative energy of a group of inhabitants from a cluster of favelas in Maré (Rio de Janeiro) through the sonic arts. The work recalls everyday experiences, memories, stories and places. These memories elicit narratives that leave traces in space while contributing to the workings of local cultural. The result of four months of workshops and fieldwork forms the basis of two cultural interventions: an exhibition in Museu da Maré and guided soundwalks in the city of Rio de Janeiro. These interventions present realities, histories and ambitions of everyday life in the Maré favelas through immersive sound installation, documentary photography, text and objects.
Som da Maré brought together various groups of participants who together have developed themes, materials and strategies for the articulation of elements of everyday life in Maré. Participants include secondary level students under the Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ) Young Talent scholarships and their families, post-graduate students at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), PhD students from the Sonic Arts Research Centre (Queen’s University Belfast) and members of the Cia Marginal, a theatre company based in Maré. The project also counts with the participation of academics from music, ethnomusicology, visual art and architecture at the UFRJ and a partnership with the Museu da Maré. Over thirty people have come together to make this project possible.Project website