In yet another initiative to disseminate discussions about the visual arts in Brazil, the PIPA Institute produces the PIPA Podcast.
This is another media used to produce varied content related to brazilian and international contemporary art.
Many of the episodes feature the participation of PIPA Institute curator Luiz Camillo Osorio, as well as brazilian and foreign guests for conversations about art, with diverse focuses such as technology, collecting, psychoanalysis and others.
The PIPA Podcast was conceived by Mariana Casagrande, with the collaboration of Alexia Carpilosky and Patrícia Bello from the PIPA Institute team.
Presentation: Mariana Casagrande, Alexia Carpilovsky and Patricia Bello
Editing: Alexia Carpilovsky
Published on July 14, 2022. PIPA Institute curator Luiz Camillo Osorio and curator and critic Carles Guerra talk about the influence of Catalan psychiatrist Francesc Tosquelles on psychiatric reforms in Europe. Guerra is chief curator of the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), which is presenting the exhibition “Francesc Tosquelles: Como una máquina de coser en un campo de trigo” until August. In addition to curating the show, Guerra also wrote the book about the psychiatrist “La Déconniatrie: Art, exil et psychiatrie autour de François Tosquelles” (2021). Tosquelles became known for his work at the Saint-Alban Psychiatric Hospital in France, where he created the method of institutional psychotherapy, an influential movement in the second half of the 20th century to humanize psychiatric treatments.
Published on August 27th, 2020. Amanda Abi Khalil is a Libanese independent curator based between Rio and Beirut. She is one of the curators of the online platform Covideo-19 and the creator of the Temporary Art Platform. This is PIPA Podcast’s first episode in English.
The podcast is developed and organized by Mariana Casagrande, Alexia Carpilovsky and Patricia Bello.
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