Heroísmo forjado no apagamento das polifonias: o canto das esposas da colônia militar de Murphy Canyon, San Diego, Califórnia

Luiz Sérgio de Oliveira

Resumo


A história da arte contemporânea tem presenciado a emergência em profusão de projetos de arte desenvolvidos em estreita colaboração com as comunidades, em práticas que aprofundam a crítica do modernismo. O projeto Murphy Canyon Choir / Coro de Murphy Canyon, da artista canadense Althea Thauberger, se configura como uma oportunidade singular para reflexões em torno dessas práticas de colaboração na contemporaneidade.

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arte colaborativa; comunidade; Althea Thauberger

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22409/poiesis.1013.212-239

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