Vivian Caccuri

(São Paulo, 1986)

Su trabajo crea interrelaciones entre los fenómenos del sonido, la arquitectura, el espacio público, la voz y la imaginación. En la Universidad de Princeton, escribió su primer libro "La música es lo que hago" (2012), publicado en Brasil y galardonado por el Premio Funarte de producción crítica en la Música en 2013. En los últimos dos años ha organizado la "caminata silenciosa", un 'happening' mensual de 20 personas bajo un voto de 8 horas de silencio. El grupo visita lugares con elevada actividad sonora, temas acústicos y de acceso restringido. Con el proyecto "caminata silenciosa" , fue residente en CAPECETE en Río de Janeiro en 2012, al Pivo en São Paulo en 2014 y a bordo de la expedición Sound Development City en las capitales letonas y finlandesa. 

 

Vivian fue pionera en la revitalización de Bhering, una antigua fábrica de chocolate en la zona del puerto de Río de Janeiro en 2009, ahora ocupado con espacios de trabajo, estudios de fotografía y tiendas de diseño. En Bhering ella conserva su espacio de trabajo y colabora con profesionales y artistas que también trabajan en el edificio. En su estudio, ya colaboró con artistas como Arto Lindsay y Gilberto Gil, con quien desarrolló instalaciones sonoras y performances.

 

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Her work creates interrelations among sound phenomena, architecture, public space, voice and imagination. At Princeton University she wrote her first book “Music is What I Make” (2012), published in Brazil and awarded by Funarte Prize of Critical Production in Music in 2013. Over the last two years she organized the “silent walk”, a monthly happening for 20 people under a 8-hour vow of silence. The group visits places with rich sound activity, acoustic issues and of restricted access. With the “silent walk” project she was resident at CAPECETE in Rio de Janeiro in 2012, at Pivô in São Paulo in 2014 and aboard the Sound Development City expedition in the Latvian and Finish capitals.

 

Vivian pioneered the revitalization of Bhering, an old chocolate factory in Rio’s harbor area in 2009, now occupied with workspaces, photography studios and design stores. At Bhering she keeps her workspace and collaborates with professionals and artists that also work in the building. At her studio she already collaborated with artists such as Arto Lindsay and Gilberto Gil, with whom she developed sound installations and performances.

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PAGINA WEB / WEB PAGE:  VIVIAN CACCURI

 

GALERÍAS / GALLERIES:

EDUCACION / EDUCATION

 

2011

  • Visiting scholar, Department of Literature; Department of Music

  • teaching assistant, Department of Visual Arts, Princeton University.

2010 – 2011

  • Masters in Sound Studies at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, with research made in Princeton University, New Jersey, United States

2004 – 2007

  • Graduated in Visual Arts at University of São Paulo State, UNESP, São Paulo, Brasil.

 

RESIDENCIAS / RESIDENCIES

 

2014

  • Pivô Pesquisa, Instituto Pivô, São Paulo, Brazil

  • Sound Development City Expedition, Riga, Latvia / Helsinki, Finland, Sound Development Institute, Zurich, Switzerland.

2012

  • CAPACETE, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

 

EXPOSICIONES INDIVIDUALES / SOLO SHOWS

 

2013

  • Tá na Mente, Galeria Progetti, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

 

EXPOSICIONES COLECTIVAS (SELECCIÓN)/ GROUP SHOWS (SELECTION)

 

2014

  • Laboratório Contemporâneo, Casa Daros, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Festival Novas Frequências, Instituto Sergio Porto e Oi Futuro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Open Museum Open City, MAXXI Museo, Rome, Italy.

  • Pivô Pesquisa, Instituto Pivô, São Paulo, Brazil.

  • Brazil Arte-Música, Zacheta National Gallery, Warsaw, Polland.

2013

  • HAPPENINGS, Casa França-Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Tsonami Festival, Cárcel, Valparaíso, Chile.

  • 33o Panorama de Arte Brasileira, Museu of Modern Art of São Paulo, MAMSP.

  • VERBO, Galeria Vermelho, São Paulo, Brazil.

  • GIL70, Museu Rodin, Salvador, Brazil.

  • GIL70, Museu da República, Brasília, Brazil.

2012

  • VERBO, Galeria Vermelho, São Paulo, Brazil.

  • Gil70, Itaú Cultural, São Paulo, Brazil.

  • Gil70, Centro Cultural dos Correios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • VAZA, Fábrica da Bhering, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Sonora Paço, Paço das Artes, São Paulo, Brazil.

  • Tro-pi-cal, Alternative Orders: A glimpse of Brazilian Art, Akershus Kunstsenter, Oslo, Norway.

2011

  • Data Garden, Botanical Garden, Philadelphia, United States.

  • Drawing Retrospective, Lewis Center, Princeton University, United States.

2010

  • CAPACETE na 29a.Bienal de São Paulo, Teatro ARENA, São Paulo, Brazil.

  • Domingos da Criação. Museu de Arte Moderna (MAM Rio), Rio de Janeiro. Brazil.

  • Ciclo de Arte Sonora, Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • MULTIPLICIDADE,  Teatro Oi Futuro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Coleitva, Galeria Progetti, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Elenco (Arto Lindsay’s sound work) Galeria Progetti, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

 

PREMIOS Y BECAS/ PRIZES AND GRANTS

 

2013

  • FUNARTE Prize of Critical Production in Music, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

2011

  • Sergio Motta Prize in Art&Technology, São Paulo, Brazil.

2008

  • Rumos Itaú Cultural, São Paulo, Brazil.

 

PUBLICACIONES / PUBLICATIONS

 

  • “O que Faço é Música”, Editora 7Letras, Rio de Janeiro, 2013.

 

OBRA EN COLECCIONES / WORKS ON COLLECTIONS

 

  • 33o Panorama of Brazilian Art, Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo.