MIRADA OCCUPATION

Envisioning Scenarios

When facing certain gaps in its dynamics, our society, capable of repeatedly reformulating itself, develops perspectives that reveal new projects for maintaining the world. A decisive episode of the present, the pandemic that has affected us since 2020 has imposed distancing in the different instances of life, transforming sociocultural practices and, consequently, sparking perspectives on - and from - such circumstances.

Faced with this inevitable and unpredictable scenario, those who make art a powerful means of (re)creating ties with the world have demonstrated an ability to articulate formats and themes that are imperative for us to establish relationships with what happened to us, its consequences, and, above all, with the conditions that led us here and the paths that glimpse new horizons.

After five editions and ten years of existence, Mirada – Ibero-American Performing Arts Festival did not take place in 2020 due to the health crisis. Observing that production has never ceased and has made new aesthetic and conceptual resources possible, Ocupação Mirada 2021 takes place this year – before the sixth edition of the festival in 2022 – and seeks to foster grounds for sharing that announce updated characteristics of aspects such as conception, creation, and enjoyment.

Dedicated to artistic productions and reflections from the different territories and plurality of cultures of Ibero-America, Ocupação Mirada 2021 uses a hybrid format between in-person and online, which includes shows, process openings, audiovisual collections and formative actions. These are actions that continue the trajectory of the festival, as part of its memory and its new rewards, which bring together experiences acquired by both creators and spectators throughout this period and address fundamental themes in our sensitive and critical approaches to geopolitical contexts, which may be familiar to us and also strange at first contact.

By recognizing in this course particular ways of observing, relating to, and expressing ourselves about what passes right through us and makes us societies and individuals, and which are tenaciously and incessantly investigated by contemporary theater, Ocupação Mirada 2021 makes a way traced by bridges between artists and audiences, in which poetics and discourses transit, inspiring the apprehension, interpretation, and reformulation of the human trajectory.

Danilo Santos de Miranda
Regional director of Sesc São Paulo

 

Technical information

OCUPAÇÃO MIRADA 2021

SESC – SERVIÇO SOCIAL DO COMÉRCIO

SÃO PAULO STATE REGIONAL MANAGEMENT

CHAIRMAN OF THE REGIONAL BOARD
Abram Szajman

REGIONAL DIRECTOR
Danilo Santos de Miranda

ASSISTANT DIRECTORS
SOCIAL-TECHNICIAL Joel Naimayer Padula
SOCIAL COMMUNICATION
Ivan Giannini
ADMINISTRATION Luiz Deoclécio Massaro Galina
PLANNING TECHNICAL Sérgio José Battistelli

MANAGERS
CULTURAL ACTION Rosana Paulo da Cunha
STUDIES AND DEVELOPMENT Marta Raquel Colabone
GRAPHIC DESIGN Hélcio Magalhães
CUSTOMER SERVICE AND RELATIONSHIP Milton Soares de Souza
AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTION CENTER Silvana Morales Nunes
PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT Évelim Moraes
PUBLICITY AND PROMOTION Marcos Ribeiro de Carvalho
SESC DIGITAL Fernando Amodeo Tuacek
PEOPLE MANAGEMENT Roberto Pera
PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT Cecília Camargo Maman Pasteur
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Elias Cesco
LEGAL ADVICECarla Bertucci Barbieri
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Áurea Leszczynski Vieira Gonçalves
PRESS RELATIONS Ana Lucia de La Vega
HIRING AND LOGISTICS Adriana Mathias
PROPERTY AND SERVICES Nelson Fonseca

GENERAL COORDINATION Luiz Ernesto Alvarez Figueiredo

EXECUTIVE COORDINATION AND CURATORSHIP Emerson Pirola, Sergio Luis de Oliveira, Rani Bacil Fuzetto, Rose Silveira, Silvio Luiz da Silva

TEAM Alexandra Linda Herbst Matos, Alexandre Amorim, Aline Ribenboim, Aline Stivaletti, Ana Carolina Fragoso, Ana Teixeira, Andrea Pincela, André Queiroz, Angelita Borges, Bruna Marcatto, Camilla de Carli Fonseca, Carla de Souza, Carlos Rocha, Carmen Lelli, Cassio Fialho, Cinthya Martins, Claudia Dias Perez, Clayton Lima, Cristiane Komesu, Daniel Tonus, Debora Dacanal, Edivan Alves de Freitas, Eduardo Silva, Edvaldo Paulino, Erica Georgino, Fabíola Raquel Binas Rego, Felipe Veiga, Fernando Hugo da Cruz Fialho, Francisco Santinho, Francisco de Assis Gaspar, Frederico Zarnauskas, Gislayne Oliveira, Giuliano Magalhães, Gregório Trevizan Lixandrão, Guilherme Foresti, Heloisa Ururahy, Heloisa Pisani, Heron Demetrius, José Alves da Silva, José Gonçalves Junior, José Osvaldo Teixeira Júnior, Juliana Ramos, Karina Musumeci, Kelly Adriano de Oliveira, Leandro Coelho, Lígia Azevedo, Lígia Helena Ferreira Zamaro, Lilian Ambar, Lilian Ronchi, Luciana Camara, Luis Miguel Oyarzun Perez, Madalice Alves, Maria Rizoneide Pereira, Mariana Fessel, Mildred Gonzalez, Nádia Mangolini, Octávio Weber Neto, Otto T. A. Afonso, Patricia Rapace, Paulo Sérgio Sabino, Pedro Vilaverde, Priscilla Moreira, Priscila Modanesi, Priscila Oliveira, Renato Coelho, Renato Silva Banti, Renato Shigueru Yoshinaga, Ricardo Tacioli, Rogerio Ianelli, Rubens Lutero, Sidênia Freire, Simone Ziszerman, Solange Alboreda, Taís Haydée, Tamara Demuner, Tina Cassie, Thiago Caixote, Thomas Castro, Tiago Marchesano, Tiago Melo, Wagner Nogueira Diniz

FLOW, PRODUCTION, PROOFREADING, AND TEXTUAL TRANSLATION Carol Ribas, Mariana Delfini, Samantha Arana e Gabriel dal Bó (ADB Traduções)

PRESS RELATIONS Canal Aberto Comunicação

VISUAL IDENTITY, GRAPHIC PROJECT AND DIAGRAMATION Estúdio Claraboia

PHOTOGRAPH Dani Sandrini

STREAMING Wellington Medeiros Barbezan e WT1

WEB PUBLISHING Juliana Pithon Indexação

SITE Michelly Magalhães

SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION Alexandre Alcântara, Ana Van Eersel, Cristiano Borges, Jacob Pierce, Maurício Nogueira da Silva

BRAZILIAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS Felipe Frissi e Amanda Frissi

EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION João Carlos Couto



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