within the scope of program A CASA É TUA
The objective is to broaden and deepen the debate on historical reparations in Portugal, through dialogue with other geographies and in its multiple aspects, namely apologies for the atrocities of colonialism and the practice of large-scale slavery; the implementation of affirmative policies (for example, through ethnic-racial quotas in access to university and decision-making positions in institutions); the revision of historical narratives and, consequently, curricula (for example, through the inclusion of narratives, historical subjects and artists excluded from the official narrative) to this day; the forgiveness of odious debts and the payment of compensations; the return of looted objects; the decolonization of public space (for example, through the memorialization of victims of Slavery and the dismantling of racist statues) and the recovery of biomes and landscapes, supporting communities torn apart by extractivism and monocultures.
curated by Ana Cristina Pereira/Kitty Furtado and Inês Beleza Barreiros ‧ with contributions by Aline Frazão, Apolo de Carvalho, Gessica Correia Borges, Marta Lança, Pirá/Ellen Lima Wassu, Sara Henriques, Tomé Silva and Vanessa Fernandes ‧ light design Rui Pedro Rodrigues ‧ lighting operator Luís Ternus ‧
June 25 to July 6 ‧ mala voadora (residency)
July 7 and 8 ‧ mala voadora (presentations)