Patricia Azevedo

Patricia Azevedo nasceu em Recife, é graduada em Filosofia pela Université Paris VIII, França (1997), possui mestrado em Filosofia (Arte e Ação em Leon Battista Alberti) e doutorado em Artes Visuais (Jogos de Distância e Proximidade com o Prêmio CAPES de pesquisa no The Warburg Institute Archive, LADA-Live Art Development Agency, Londres e Leeds Beckett University, Reino Unido), ambos na UFMG, onde é professora do Curso de Artes Visuais. Compõe a equipe de curadoria do FIF BH – Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Belo Horizonte, Brasil. Como artista, desenvolve projetos colaborativos em diferentes mídias, investigando a linguagem, território e poder, trabalhando no espaço público por meio de relações estabelecidas entre pessoas e o ato comunicativo em si. Está incluída em várias exposições coletivas e residências no Brasil e no exterior, como: In Sonora, Madri (2018); 21o Festival Experimental de Cinema de Bogotá, (2017); No Quiet Place, The Tetley Contemporary Arts, Leeds, Reino Unido, (2016); Álbum de Família, Centro Hélio Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro e 4a Bienal de Lubumbachi, Congo (2015); Escavando o Futuro, Belo Horizonte (2014); Making Traks, 10th London Short Film Festival; Brighton Photo Biennial, Fabrica, UK (2012); Bienaural, Residency Program Award, Portugal, (2011); Bed-in, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, Reino Unido; The Drawing Shed, Galeria PSL, Leeds, Reino Unido e Exchange Mechanism, Belfast Exposed Gallery, Reino Unido (2010); Artist Links UK-BR, Residence Award (2009); The Northern Art Prize Exhibition | Clare Charnley, Leeds Art Gallery, UK, Reino Unido (2008); Artist to Artist, Residence Award, Royal Academy, Londres (2007); No Olho da Rua, Kunsthaus Rotterdam e Vigo Visions, Espanha (2000); Arte Cidade III, São Paulo; Projeto Week Midia em colaboração com o jornal Het PAROOL Amsterdam (junho de 1998); Contemporary Brazilian Photography, Photographers Gallery, Londres (1996). Publicou dois livros, ambos projetos colaborativos, Vitória Verso e Reverso, Edições Afrontamento, Porto, Portugal (2004) e No Mundo Maravilhoso do Futebol, Editora Basáltica, Amsterdã (1998).

Patricia Azevedo born in Recife, 1964, is graduated in Philosophy at Université Paris VIII, France (1997), has a Master’s degree in Philosophy (Art and Action in Leon Battista Alberti) and PhD in Visual Arts (Games of Distance and Proximity with CAPES Award for research at The Warburg Institute Archive and LADA-Live Art Development Agency, London and Leeds Beckett University, UK) both at UFMG, where she is Professor in the Visual Arts Course. As an artist, she develops collaborative projects in different media, investigating language, territory and power, and working in the public space through relationships established between people and the communicative act. She is included in several collective exhibitions and residences in Brazil and abroad, such as: In Sonora, Madrid (2018); 21st Experimental Film Festival of Bogotá, (2017); No Quiet Place, The Tetley Center for Contemporary Art, Leeds, UK, (2016); Family Album, Centro Hélio Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro and 4th Bienalle of Lubumbachi, Congo (2015); Digging the Future, Belo Horizonte (2014); Making Traks, 10th London Short Film Festival and No Olho da Rua, Brighton Photo Biennial, Fabrica, UK (2012); Bienaural, Residency Program Award, Portugal, (2011); Bed-in, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK; The Drawing Shed, Gallery PSL, Leeds, UK and Exchange Mechanism, Belfast Exposed Gallery, UK (2010); Artist Links UK-BR, Residence Award (2009); The Northern Art Prize Exhibition | Clare Charnley, Leeds Art Gallery, UK (2008); Artist to Artist, Residence Award, Royal Academy, London (2007); No Olho da Rua, Kunsthaus Rotterdam and Vigo Visions, Spain (2000); Arte Cidade III, Matarazzo, SãoPaulo; Week Midia project in collaboration with the newspaper Het PAROOL Amsterdam (June 1998); Contemporary Brazilian Photography, Photographers Gallery, London (1996). She published two books, collaborative projects, Vitoria Verso e Reverso, Edições Afrontamento, Porto, Portugal (2004) and No Mundo Maravilhoso do Futebol, Basalt Publisher, Amsterdam (1998). She composes the curatorship team of FIF BH – International Photography Festival of Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Belo Horizonte 2017