Perspectives: Brazilian Transrevolutionaries at the Edge of Democracy

Perspectives: Brazilian Transrevolutionaries at the Edge of Democracy

Through conversations with activist Indianare Siqueira (Your Mother's Comfort), director Laura Murray (A Kiss for Gabriela), and director Kiko Goifman (Bixa Travesty), curator Adam Golub brings together varying perspectives - all of whose voices feature in the film section of the exhibit as either subject or filmmaker - to address this pivotal moment in Brazil's history and how transrevolutionary individuals and ideas have shaped the country's past, continue to play a vital role in its present, and will pave the way for its future.

Interview with Kiko Goifman joins the exhibit on October 7.

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Perspectives: Brazilian Transrevolutionaries at the Edge of Democracy
  • Perspectives: Indianare Siqueira

    Curator and Director of Your Mother's Comfort Adam Golub sits down with the legendary Indianare Siqueira - human rights activist and the central subject of that documentary - as she leads her congressional "campaign of the peripheries" to represent the state of Rio de Janeiro in this year's gener...

  • Pespectives: Laura Murray

    Curator Adam Golub sits down with A Kiss for Gabriela director Laura Murray to discuss Gabriela Leite's legacy as a revolutionary leader and the work for justice still ahead, the radical necessity to destigmatize sex work, and the complexities of Brazil's political institutions and social structu...

  • Perspectives: Kiko Goifman

    Curator Adam Golub sits down in discussion with Bixa Travesty director Kiko Goifman.