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Speaker: Eduardo Jorge de Oliveira, Ana Gonçalves Magalhães, Thiago Gil de Oliveira Virava, Lena Bader
"Only anthropophagy unites us", Oswald de Andrade stated in the first verse of his seminal Manifesto Antropófago of 1928. While it is a foundational part of the Brazilian modernist discourse, starting with the Semana de Arte Moderna of 1922, and has been recently adopted by transcultural and postcolonial approaches, the current call for a decolonization of Art History invites to reread the Manifesto and ask whether regurgitating Cannibalism can still be a critical tool. [more]
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