sobre conexões que transcendem o controle
[about links that transcend control]
This is a text by the Brazilian artist, photographer, curator, storyteller, editor, and articulator Ana Lira, that provides a preface to the writings gathered in South Boom Boom: this special section of the Performance Philosophy journal. In the text, Lira reflects on how the texts demonstrate different layers of refusal to the "visible and symbolic violence, which gains new contours in each cycle, continues to (de)mark creative lives even in territories that claim to be revising their "colonial pasts, structures and methodologies."
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