Dja Guata Porã exhibition, Museu de Arte do Rio, 2017-8.
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil - Rio de Janeiro, 2011.
Meeting/workshop with residents and allies for the creation of the Museum of Removals (© Luiz Claudio Silva / Museum of Removals collection).
Digitization with the RV Scanner for a PhD thesis at LAPID.
Perceptions of the real in museums run the risk of creating a reality of fragmented discourses that, when removed from their original context, prevent us from perceiving an another reality, entirely diverse from our own, building a distorted image of the "other".
Donation of pieces from the Museum of Removals' collection to the National History Museum (© Luiz Claudio Silva / Museum of Removals collection).
Vila Autódromo community association before being demolished (© Luiz Claudio Silva / Museum of Removals collection).
© The Kremer Museum
The processes that culminated in the independence of the former European colonies affected disciplines that, directly or indirectly, legitimized colonial power. The New Museology movement provoked actions that brought the museum closer to the community, making it possible to include groups related to the safeguarded collections within the institutions.