From the Reading of the zine “O RIO DE JANEIRO CONTINUA LINDO E OPRESSOR” (“Rio de Janeiro is still beautiful and oppressive”), by the artist Matheusa Passareli, a Visual Arts student of the State University of do Rio de Janeiro murdered in April 2018 in Rio de Janeiro at the age of 21 years old, the speaker will open a dialogue on grief and the brutal violence imposed on non-normative bodies. How should one go about his/her/their life in contexts that use death as a dispositive of power? The speaker will resort to listening as a care resource and a way to embrace different forms of life.
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Sabine/Gabe Passareli Simões Vieira Gabe Passareli Simões Vieira aka SABINE, 25 years old, black non-binary person, was born in Rio Bonito, in the countryside of Rio de Janeiro. Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy by the Medicine School of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. In their BsC dissertation they defended a monograph entitled “Bixa Preta no Baixo CAPS: Cartografias do cuidado e da formação de uma terapeuta ocupacional” (Bixa Preta in the lower Psychosocial Support Centre/CAPS: Care and training cartographies of an occupational therapist”). Together with their sister Matheusa Passareli, they idealized the device ESTRANHA [STRANGE, in English], a construction-artistic and cultural intervention in the urban environment. Taking stock from their work experience in a Psychosocial Support Centre, they started researching informal spaces of care and social interaction as ethical, political and aesthetic devices.