projectos / projects
Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida and Humberto Brito | Casa da Avenida
Escola EB Lima de Freitas, Viso, Setúbal
Image: Humberto Brito.
Between October and January 22/23, photographer Humberto Brito and I were resident artists at Lima de Freitas High School, Viso, Setúbal, in a Casa da Avenida initiative (National Plan for the Arts).
Ficção a partir de imagens | Brotéria
Imagem: Carmo Oliveira.
One of the most important things in the process of creating my books is seeing and thinking about images I find in photobooks, photo albums or paintings. In these sessions, I discussed the process of writing fiction from images.
serrote ao vivo | Instituto Moreira Salles
Reading-performance O que é ser uma escritora negra hoje, de acordo comigo and Conversation with Adriana Ferreira da Silva. Imagens: IMS.
serrote ao vivo
With Carla Santana, Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida, Hurtmold, Igor de Albuquerque, Igor Reyner, Jaime Lauriano, Paloma Vidal and Veridiana Scarpelli.
A special edition of serrote conceived for the stage, with readings, music, performances and visual arts.
serroteAuthors (Photographs): António Júlio Duarte, Beatriz Banha, Hugo Barros, Mariana Viegas, Pauliana Valente Pimentel, Pedro Letria
2022-23 (com Carla Santana e Stephanie Borges)
Lisboa Mesma Outra Cidade | Ghost Editions
Harshly affected by austerity, radically transformed by tourism and the financialisation of housing, Lisbon has undergone profound changes over the last decade. Photographing the city today, between what it has become and what it is becoming, makes it possible to illuminate the blind spot that is the present and to reflect (on) its state. Lisboa Mesma Outra Cidade brings together six photographic essays and three literary essays that introduce a plurality of ways of seeing and, by doing so, bring our representations of the city right up to date.
Authors (Texts): Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida, Joana Braga, Patrícia Portela
Editors: David-Alexandre Guéniot & Catarina Botelho
Translation: Rahul Bery
Format: 310 x 235 mm, 268 pp.
Edition: 500 copies