As an extension of her exhibition at Matadero's Nave 0, Cineteca hosts AR, FOGO, TERRA, ÁGUA, a carte blanche in which the Brazilian artist Ana Vaz (Brasilia, 1986) puts her own work in dialogue with a personal history of cinema in which claims a poetic-physics of impurity. From Bruce Baillie to Toshio Matsumoto, through the new Latin American cinemas and the North American avant-garde, Vaz invites us on an elementary journey - air, fire, earth, water - for a personal and political, artistic and ethnographic cinema.
Friday 12, 20:30h - Plató Cinema
Ar: Terra Nulus
FIlms screened: Zero Line (Guilherme Vaz), Brasiliários (Sérgio Basi, Zuleika Porto), Forma livre (Clara Ianni), Mass for the Dakota Sioux (Bruce Baillie), Sacris Pulso (Ana Vaz), Bouddi (Arthur Cantrill, Corinne Cantrill).
With the presence of Ana Vaz
Sunday 14, 18h - Plató Cinema
Terra: A Camera É Um Corpo
FIlms screened: Pond and Waterfall (Barbara Hammer), The Second Journey (to Uluru) (Arthur Cantrill, Corinne Cantrill).
Wednesday 17, 18h - Plató Cinema
Fogo: Is This What You Were Born For?
FIlms screened: A Song of Stone (Toshio Matsumoto), From Romance to Ritual (Peggy Ahwesh), Mutiny (Abigail Child), Short Fuse (Warren Sonbert).
Sunday 28, 20:30h - Plató Cinema
FIlms screened: Nice Coloured Girls (Tracey Moffat), Eaux d'Artifice (Kenneth Anger), Céu sobre a Água (José Agripina de Paula), Fake Fruit Factory (Chick Strand), Tung (Bruce Bailie).