ItemDecolonialidade e uma educação antirracista no ensino de artes: escrevivências e resistências(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-07-25) Andrade, Vanessa Silva; Dering, Renato de Oliveira; http://lattes.cnpq.br/7891833942208165; Ferreira, Glauco Batista; http://lattes.cnpq.br/2193871294419921; Ferreira, Glauco Batista; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; Santos, Noeli Batista dos; Dering, Renato de OliveiraThe relationship between art teaching and the importance of visual culture is intrinsic, since thinking about visual culture is thinking about the constitution of society and the individuals who are part of it. However, throughout the history of education, the teaching of Arts has been anchored in a perspective, sometimes historiographical, sometimes to enumerate and punctuate characteristics about certain aspects or avant-gardes, reducing another type of proposal: reflection and criticism about this language. Therefore, there is, in this context, a trivialization of this curricular component at school, which, in turn, promoted - and still promotes - various forms of social prejudice, such as racism, which occurs through reproductions that come from a view of a given cultural and economic elite. When we understand this proposal, we notice that education has principles that dialogue with coloniality, discussed by Quijano (1992), Mignolo (2017) and other decolonials. In summary, a form of domination of bodies through massified knowledge imposed on all subjects, contributing to a racist education. The purpose of this work, written anchored in “escrevivência”, a concept by Conceição Evaristo (2020) and speech place by Djamila Ribeiro (2017), is to promote a critique of this view through a reflection on an anti-racist education. Thus, the research problem is to understand the importance of working with art in the classroom in order to contribute to a social and cultural reflection of society. That said, the general objective of this research is to question the absence of racial debate in art teaching. To this end, the study outlines the reflection on my trajectory and how I experienced the different forms of racism, as well as presenting possibilities for an anti-racist debate in art teaching through my experiences, understanding that this agenda is essential in teaching practice, since it is a necessary action to think about teaching art from a decolonial perspective. Based on the fact that it is in education that subjects become active agents in their learning process, the teaching of visual arts is an important tool for criticizing these preconceived models. The research, therefore, brings its contributions by proposing a new perspective to think about the teaching of arts in schools and, in this way, erasing coloniality through anti-racist educational “vivências”. ItemO grimório das 4 luas: o feminino e o sagrado feminino nas HQs poético-filosóficas(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-07-25) Santos, Rachel Cosme Silva dos; Franco, Edgar Silveira; http://lattes.cnpq.br/8415486629956081; Franco, Edgar Silveira; Oliveira, Ivan Carlo Andrade de; Andraus, GazyComic books are a form of art with multiple approaches, and among them, there is a self-authored genre considered "genuinely Brazilian," as defined by Santos Neto (2009): poetic-philosophical comics. In this genre, self-authored comics flow freely, allowing the creator/cartoonist to express themselves according to their own vision. Poetic-philosophical comics explore existential and philosophical aspects, with the creative freedom to shape themselves according to the narrative's needs. Their main characteristics include a philosophical narrative approach, experimentation with tradi- tional comic codes, and a proposal for short or unconventional stories. Thus, they can explore themes ranging from existential inquiries about humanity to Cyberpunk narratives or the exploration of the creator's internal conflicts, among a myriad of possibilities. This dissertation is the result of a theoretical and practical research con- ducted by a cartoonist and researcher who identified the presence of the concept of the sacred feminine as one of the recurring themes in poetic-philosophical comics. I highlight the sacred feminine present in the creative production of Danielle Barros, as well as in the works of Edgar Franco (Ciberpajé) and Gazy Andraus, important repre- sentatives of the poetic-philosophical genre. The investigation involves studying the singularities of poetic-philosophical comics, their perspective as a legitimate artistic expression, the study of the concept of the sacred feminine, and its detection in the comics of the cartoonists focused on this research. This research, both theoretical and artistic, involves the simultaneous creation of poetic-philosophical comic narrati- ves that address the sacred feminine from the artist-researcher's poetic perspective. For this purpose, traditional methods for paper support are used in some of these narratives, while in others, the syntax of HQtrônicas is explored. ItemArte de terreiro matriarcal: trabalho de mulheres da Casa de Caridade Luz do Alvorecer(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-07-05) Santos, Fabiana Francisca; Franco, Edgar Silveira; http://lattes.cnpq.br/8415486629956081; Rodrigues, Manoela dos Anjos Afonso; http://lattes.cnpq.br/7111235725963338; Rodrigues, Manoela dos Anjos Afonso; Albuquerque, Maria Betânia Barbosa; Anaquiri, Mirna kambeba Omágua-YetêIn this art research I propose an investigation of the artistic poetics and creation processes of a group of daimista and umbandista women members of the Casa de Caridade Luz do Alvorecer (CCLA), of which I am also a member. The research is based on experiences and methodologies of terreiro education and decolonial approaches, to reflect on the collective and creative practices that have been developed in CCLA. I also propose to recognize these practices as tools for the emancipation of these women while they produce and reproduce ancestral visualities. To reflect on the phenomenon that occurs when the visualities of the terreiro enter into a colonial logic through the social structure. The images and their reverberations produced by the terreiro become a counter visuality, looking at the colonial visuality as a reference. The study of tools of freedom, which in a spiritual school, as producers of knowledge, rituals and thoughts, generate awareness of the prevailing hegemonic visualities, valuing the images and narratives of native peoples, through their cultural references. The collective production of knowledge produced in the CCLA are powerful tools against the epistemicide and historicide processes. ItemAnuviô(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-07-20) Oliveira, Julliana Rodrigues de; Rodrigues, Manoela dos Anjos Afonso; http://lattes.cnpq.br/7111235725963338; Rodrigues, Manoela dos Anjos Afonso; Nascimento, Ana Reis; Perotto, Lilian UckerThis research is constituted as a walk to desanuviar, a process of unroll ideas, clearing my mind, finding the threads of the skein. It was something I needed to do from the moment I received the news that catalysed this whole process of artistic investigation from its inception: that my maternal grandmother, Dona Leonor, had passed away, in March 2020, the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The main aim of the research is to demonstrate how autobiographical elements, material and immaterial, catalyse artistic poetics and creation processes at the confluence of art and visual culture in a critical and political way. Therefore, this is an autobiographical research in art,seeks to investigate an artistic practice that culminates from the interweaving of artistic research with life stories from the experience with mourning. I autobiograph in life and performance and generate images and visualities to fight against the colonization of my memories, through an autobiographical making that is a political exercise of voice reclamation in an era of deletions. I must emphasise that this writing is not an autobiography in the strict sense, that is, an autobiography as a literary genre. This writing gives body and form to a master's dissertation that deals with reflexivity in order to identify the autobiographical elements that are being incorporated into an artistic production that points to strategies that were already being built together with Coletivo Bunker, a performance collective in which I have participated for years. Aspects such as the relationship with the body and the investigation of affections are being articulated through an art and life production that is expressed through walking and threads. ItemAteliê de figurinhas com arte de resistência(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-07-21) Arantes, Daryellen Ramos; Martins, Alice Fátima; http://lattes.cnpq.br/2768377569632609; Martins, Alice Fátima; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; Ospina Álvarez, Juan SebastiánThis research was articulated around the following problem: how do people who make images of resistance see, can they see themselves and make images of resistance be seen? We bring conceptual issues arising from the practices of a studio designed, amid the challenging context of the COVID-19 pandemic, from the perspective of Visual Culture studies, to discuss actions used in the creation and development of a creative environment for editing stickers with frames of films screened at “They make cinema: a showcase for films directed by women”. The research collaborators were invited through posters, posted on informative bulletin boards of the Uniforte network cooperatives, announcing remote meetings to exercise ways of appreciating, capturing and editing stickers. Using a/r/tography as a methodological approach, we dialogue with the demand in order to understand fundamentals and mediation strategies aimed at artistic proposals in exercises related to the construction of the gaze. The research resulted in the production of a collection of film links for the sticker studio. The study also established connections with image makers of resistance from the Uniforte cooperatives. The authors used in the bibliography offer a theoretical framework to deal with the themes of resistance, poetics of solidarity, education for visual culture, visualities, decolonial pedagogies, art research and other cross cutting themes. ItemJovens cineastas: montagem audiovisual, arte e cotidiano na escola(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-06-30) Anjos, Maykon Rodrigues dos; Martins, Alice Fátima; http://lattes.cnpq.br/2768377569632609; Martins, Alice Fátima; Guimarães, Leda Maria de Barros; Satler, Lara LimaA presente pesquisa propõe a aproximação entre o cinema e a educação no âmbito da realização enquanto experiência de aprendizagens na escola. As discussões trazidas estão inseridas na perspectiva da cultura visual. O eixo das produções estudantis se estabelece na montagem audiovisual como instância articuladora do processo criativo, participando desde a concepção à finalização das obras. Buscamos compreender os desafios e as possibilidades da utilização do telefone celular para a captação de imagens visuais e na montagem dos filmes em sala de aula. Observamos o comportamento do cinema e as discussões da cultura visual em relação às contribuições narrativas de cotidiano, vivências urbanas e experimentações audiovisuais de estudantes. Durante as investigações, o conceito de montagem se ampliou para além do cinema, performando-se uma estratégia de construção de conhecimento. Além disso, durante o trabalho de campo da pesquisa, a pergunta “qual o sentido de aprender cinema?”, surgida em sala de aula, oportunizou a (re)organização das discussões aqui abordadas. Este trabalho orientou-se pela pesquisa-ação enquanto instrumento metodológico empregado, subsidiando a participação coletiva da comunidade escolar durante as atividades, visando alcançar uma cumplicidade com a experiência cinematográfica. As atividades pedagógicas foram desenvolvidas durante um semestre letivo, por meio de disciplinas eletivas, em uma escola pública da rede estadual de educação, o Centro de Ensino em Período Integral Nova Cidade (CEPI Nova Cidade), na cidade de Aparecida de Goiânia, Goiás. Além disso, o campo de investigação se desenvolveu em contexto pandêmico provocado pelo coronavírus SARS-CoV-2. Por outro lado, as aprendizagens com experiências audiovisuais superaram as dificuldades impostas pela pandemia. Ao final, foram produzidas 10 obras audiovisuais utilizando o telefone celular, resultando em sessões públicas de cinema para a comunidade escolar durante o evento da Culminância das Disciplinas Eletivas. ItemEducação infantil e cultura visual nos documentos da Rede Municipal de Educação de Goiânia(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-05-25) Guimarães, Julia Moreira; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; http://lattes.cnpq.br/1430560976125427; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; Perotto, Lilian Ucker; Costa, Adriane Camilo; Valdez, DianeThis dissertation proposes a analysis of the subject formation in Early Childhood Education, specifically in the Municipal Education System of Goiânia, having as a founding reference the official documents that regulate this educational stage in the municipality and the understanding that the school environment is not a neutral ground as it is being formed by many contextual layers and plural perceptions. Through the methodological perspectives of document analysis and narrative survey, the research was interested in intersecting the guidelines contained in official documents with different voices from the Municipal Department of Education, which testimonials were collected through interviews. It was examined how these documents were constructed, passed on and received and what as well are the strategies for studies and implementation in educational units. As specific questions, it was explored the role of (audio)visual artifacts in the processes of construction of knowledge in childhood and in other pedagogical dynamics and practices that contribute to the development of children in educational routines. The narratives of the people interviewed pointed out some difficulties for the full understanding of the documents that currently conduct the daily life in educational units dedicated to Early Childhood Education, especially in relation to the time allocated to studies and collective debates on the various themes present in official documents. The interviewees indicated the need to build a broader network of efforts to favor in-depth knowledge of the documents and pointed to continuing education courses as a possibility to incorporate more diversified practices into pedagogical planning, prioritizing the construction of knowledge that favors the development of ethical and democratic values within educational environments. ItemProcessos criativos na tatuagem: releituras da aurora pós-humana aplicadas a um flashbook de tatuagem enquanto prática artística(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-05-25) Queiroz, Rennan Pereira; Franco, Edgar Silveira; http://lattes.cnpq.br/8415486629956081; Franco, Edgar Silveira; Nunes, Fábio Oliveira; Andraus, GazyThis research uses the theoretical-practical methodology to analyze the creative processes present in tattooing. The object of this work is the elaboration of a tattoo-zine book, with visual (re)readings of the transmedia fictional universe of the Post-human Aurora, created by the artist Edgar Franco; in addition to the unfolding of the zine into an artistic performance with the participation of interactors who were tattooed. Using as a theoretical foundation concepts from the works of Baudrillard (1991), Jeha (2019), Le Breton (2004) and Ostrower (1987).Throughout our investigation, we approach the historical context of the tattooing method, going through the main events that contributed to its evolution – such as the dissemination of its practice and its conceptual departure from marginalized use to a contemporary status – in addition to its gradual sophistication and its use by artists. The objective of our analysis is to help legitimize the artistic perspective of tattooing and amplify the languages and expressive supports of the Post-Human Aurora, presenting the creative processes of tattooing as art, using theoretical foundations of contemporary art and appropriating the transmedia fictional universe of Aurora Post-Human to create and develop two artistic experiences, the first in the digital territory and the second in a performative action in the tradition of tattooing on human skin support. ItemA poética da mulher prendada: prática artística como estratégia de agência feminina no espaço doméstico(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-03-30) Alves, Debora Taiane Oliveira; Rodrigues, Manoela dos Anjos Afonso; http://lattes.cnpq.br/7111235725963338; Rodrigues, Manoela dos Anjos Afonso; Cavalcante, Denise Moraes; Berardo, Rosa MariaThis research emerges from the confluence of the fields of art, autobiography and feminism, with the aim of transforming individual experiences lived at home into dissident artistic practices, which in turn create poetic places of political enunciation and stimulate female agency in the domestic sphere. It is through an artistic practice capable of subverting the idea of an “housewife” that I present the process of a series of works carried out between 2018 and 2022, exploring different aspects of the feminine private experience and bringing reflections with a feminist bias on family, housework, marriage, body and race. ItemCorpo, doença e política na obra de Félix González-Torres(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-02-20) Cardoso, Anna Beatryz Ribeiro; Jesus, Samuel José Gilbert de; http://lattes.cnpq.br/3589952430806659; Jesus, Samuel José Gilbert de; Sá, Rubens Pilegi da Silva; Anjos Neto, João Dantas dosThis research aims to analyze some works by the American artist Félix González-Torres through three different thematic axes: body, disease and politics. It is shown how the artist related to each of these axes and also how they appeared in his artistic production. In order to talk about how he saw and thought about the body, a historical summary of western ways of perceiving it is made and, then, examples are given of how González-Torres approached issues of corporeality in his works. In relation to the disease aspect, some etiological models used to understand it are shown and, later, the influence that the medical system has on the way patients deal with and understand their own disease is pointed out, as well as works by other artists who also talked about similar topics. It is emphasized how González-Torres used his artistic production to better relate to AIDS, disease from which he died, as well as his relationship with death, pain and the loss of family and friends. Finally, the theme of politics is approached and, for that, the context of the AIDS crisis in the United States, during which González-Torres lived and produced most of his works, is brought. The research tries to show how his work and that of other artists of the time were able to contain very strong political and activist capacities, mobilizing for better awareness and reducing prejudice against people infected with the HIV virus. ItemLutar contra certas imagens com a ajuda de outras imagens: homens, masculinidades e enfrentamento à violência de gênero(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2023-02-27) Santos Junior, Jocy Meneses dos; Ospina Álvarez, Juan Sebastián; http://lattes.cnpq.br/2488041768187365; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; http://lattes.cnpq.br/1430560976125427; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; Ospina Álvarez, Juan Sebastián; Victório Filho, Aldo; Martins, Alice FátimaBased on the understanding that visualities play pedagogical roles with regard to gender, in this dissertation it is proposed the development of a problematizing way of looking at them, in order to help destabilize norms and imaginaries that foster and sustain the practice of violence against women, with special attention to the roles played by men (as individuals) and by masculinities (as a social construction) in this phenomenon. Through the development of a pedagogical activity, focused on working with a gender reflective group of men, we investigated the contributions of images to the problematization of masculinities and their ties to violence. The montage was used as a pedagogical resource, with conceptual support in the work of Georges Didi-Huberman, to analyze the potential of gathering images and reflecting on them to foster discussions that would demonstrate the development of critical thinking on what visualities teach about gender, with a focus on the ways in which they can help construct and deconstruct violent ideas and practices. The research was conducted through a literature review, based on gender and visual culture studies, and meetings with a reflective group, composed of 5 participants who self-identify as men. Through the collective production of montages as a device to generate reflections, it was possible to perceive the engagement of these men in a thinking about visualities that understands that they serve both to perpetuate the gender order that generates violence, and to promote ruptures with it. The speeches of the participants pointed to a discontent with certain images about masculinities, which in their life trajectories have caused contention and repression, and an interest in other images, which build spaces for experimentation with possibilities of being and living. Some men who participated in the group demonstrated difficulties and doubts at certain moments regarding the complexity of the phenomenon of gender violence, as well as their implications in it and what they can do to collaborate in the fight against it. This, instead of keeping them away from the discussions, was explored in the debate with the group, creating opportunities to problematize certain ideas and collectively build pathways for thought and action. The members of the group showed interest in continuing to deepen their reflections on the theme, which serves as an indication that this educational action may have been a step towards other experiences, through which they may continue to engage in confronting gender violence. ItemA representação do (des)pertencimento no audiovisual: a noção de David Hummon aplicada à obra de David Lynch e à série Eles(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-07-11) Ramos, Anna Carolina Mendes; Jesus, Samuel José Gilbert de; http://lattes.cnpq.br/3589952430806659; Jesus, Samuel José Gilbert de; Borges, Cristian da Silva; Feitosa, Paulo Henrique DuarteThis research aims to reflect on the concept of sense of place and its presence in David Lynch's cinema. Therefore, the basis for working on this concept was the practical research carried out by sociologist David Hummon, between 1986 and 1992, which defines the sense of place in terms of the ways in which people build bonds with their communities and their surroundings, and how can they promote identities linked to places of living and living. We identified, in the cinematographic work of David Lynch, a practical application of this concept, mainly through the atmosphere created in his films. In this way, what we carry out in this research is a conceptual transport of an area, which is sociology, through Hummon's practical research, to cinema, specifically in some examples chosen in Lynch's work - which transforms the filmic atmosphere into a space for reflection on identities, a sense of community and the relationship with the Other. We will begin this research by dealing with the film Blue Velvet, realized in 1986, as well as bringing, throughout its development, other films by the director that helped us to deal with related concepts, such as several social segments presented. The film analysis used was based on a methodology that directed our gaze beyond the “immediately visible” and the symbolic in the chosen film to reach the sense of place. In this sense, the construction of a critical narrative about and for North American society proposed by Lynch in his films comes to dialogue with the approach guided by Hummon's sociological research. ItemOs segredos visíveis da cidade: a efemeridade da luz e da sombra na linguagem fotográfica(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2010-04-06) Yépez Collantes, Raúl; Borges, Maria Elizia; http://lattes.cnpq.br/0672444382021221; Borges, Maria Elizia; Zamboni, Silvio; Mello, Márcia Metran de; Rufinoni, Priscila; Clímaco, José CésarThe present work proposes a theoretical reflection around the photographic images produced by the author between the years 2001 and 2006 during the passing of certain visual effects of a transitory nature that appear in the city. The analysis of images is proceeded by a historical review on urban morphology and iconography; the image of the city; and on a selection of American and European photographers that included the city within their preferred subject matter. In the second part of the article the intention is to be explicit on some of the positions that underlie the fundamental concepts of the author's work, starting with the explanation of the language around the ephemeral and then developing aspects relating to the technical image, an unbreakable element of the photograph. Finally, the study focuses on an interpretative and descriptive analysis, looking at historical, technical, aesthetic and conceptual elements of the most representative images that form part of the author's three thematic exhibitions. At this stage it explores: the embedding in photographic aesthetics of facets of simple and routine urban daily life; the potential of reflection in water on the ground; as well as the dominance of shadows in the contemporary vision of creative photography. Item“Meu desenho é feio!” _As páginas amarrotadas do caderno de desenho e a formação docente em artes no ensino básico(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-04-01) Nascimento, Iana Francisca Quirino do; Martins, Alice Fátima; http://lattes.cnpq.br/2768377569632609; Martins, Alice Fátima; Meira, Elinaldo da Silva; Guimarães, Leda Maria de Barros; Morais, Paul Cezanne Souza Cardoso deThe motivating concerns of this research are intended to investigate how the teachers' training and experience in the arts contribute to or interfere in the student's graphic production worked in basic education drawing classes by taking as a starting point the statement "my drawing is ugly", taken from my observations made in the classroom in the last year of the graduation internship in Visual Arts Degree, in 2018. Here, the exchanges come from the teaching/learning field where the teachers work; through semi-structured interviews made online, we think together both Art Teaching and Visual Culture, which support the strategies applied in the classroom. I share my experience as a student, the daughter of a pedagogue, by bringing my mother's reports to this work on her experiences as a student and teacher in basic arts education. In this space, I understand myself as a student, researcher, and illustrator along with the people participating in the research, teachers from municipal and state public schools in Goiânia/GO, Olinda/PE, and Timon/MA. The drawing structures in the research not only the observed narratives but comes to this point as a methodological strategy, thinking of the research work itself as a scribble, risk, or scrabble. ItemProfessora podemos dançar sobre isso? Experiências de uma artista-docente no Projeto Orlandança (2015-2020)(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-03-29) Calixto, Janaina Pimenta; Silva, Thiago Fernando Sant 'Anna e; http://lattes.cnpq.br/973568299664754; Guimarães, Leda Maria de Barros; http://lattes.cnpq.br/1491866271915819; Ribeiro, Luciana Gomes; Perotto, Lilian Ucker; Silva, Rosana Gonçalves da; Figueiredo, Valéria Maria Chaves de; Guimarães, Leda Maria de BarrosThis research deals with the power of critical teaching of art in public schools, based on the experiences of an artist-teacher for five years with the Orlandança Project at the Orlando de Morais Municipal School in Goiânia-GO. Thus, we bring, through the images and memories of the researcher archived through them, the paths of a teaching experience, critical/reflective in art at school, through dance from a critical perspective. In this way, we intend, through these experiences, to understand the power of teaching art at school? How does this teaching experience answer the question? Starting from an affective writing, we seek in this narrative to bring elements that validate the importance of strengthening the teaching of art in public schools, especially dance, which is increasingly removed from this place as an area of knowledge. We approach concepts from the field of Visual Culture, Semiotics, Archive, Memory, Body, Education, Art and Dance. We established as a general objective of this research: to investigate the importance of critical educational practices in dance at school, and as specific objectives: to understand how my teaching experience in the Orlandança Project can contribute to a transformative teaching, potent in art at school; to analyze the mediation processes and the construction of meanings that the classes, presentations and sensitization in dance aroused in the students of the Orlandança Project; to analyze the possible relations between dance and the critical formation of the subjects in the Orlandança Project. ItemCozer bolos/coser livros - autopublicação de livros: ação pedagógica e artística na cidade de Goiás (GO)(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-02-04) Carlos, Wagner Falcão; Perotto, Lilian Ucker; http://lattes.cnpq.br/1120812742549842; Perotto, Lilian Ucker; Andrade, Émile Cardoso; Guimarães, Leda Maria de BarrosHistory has shown that access to the book as a reader and, especially, as an author faces significant restrictions since its development. It is proposed to reflect on the relevance of other subjects having access to the book as authors, minimizing the distance between people to this object by seeking ways to, on the one hand, question the right artificially constructed by visuality to access exclusively the book as authorship; on the other hand, providing opportunities for other subjects to access it as authors, valuing their perspectives through these objects. It is methodologically supported by action research (LEWIN; GREENWOOD, 2006); in Arts-Based Research (HERNÁNDEZ, 2008) and a/r/tography (IRWIN, 2013); and in Visual Culture (MIRZOEFF, 2003). As complementary techniques and procedures, bibliographic research are used (MARCONI; LAKATOS, 2017), cross images (SAMAIN, 2012), grounded theory (STRAUSS; CORBIN, 2008) and writing under the typology of Evocative Texts ( BARONE; EISNER 2006 apud HERNÁNDEZ, 2008). The option for such methodological paths and for such methods are given to meet the idea of trivialize the access to the book as an author, something that has strong support in the propositions of Mirzoeff (2011) about visuality complexes, generating the perception that the book system is also organized through a complex, the book complex. The reflections on memory had as a starting point the thought of Candau (2011) and Halbwachs (1990). Exist an emphasis on the relation with the book Memory and Society, by Ecléa Bosi (1994), which, in addition to debating the issue of memory, brings reflections relevant to the methodology for promoting self-publishing due to the way in which the book is organized. From Almeida (2009), Gohn (2015) and Freire (2011,2013), he raised a reflection on the pedagogical and artistic action, “Cozer bolos/ Coser Livros”, which was mediated by a visual arts teacher. The results of the experiment were shared through a significant number of images and text-images. Then the promotion of self-publishing is a relevant action for the access of more subjects to the book as authorship; that the training process involved in the action must have as a principle the search for the authors' autonomy, in an education for freedom; that public research and teaching institutions play a key role in ensuring the development of similar actions. ItemFotografia: artefato, afetos e aprendizagens no ambiente digital(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2022-02-18) Ramos, Nandra Imiane; Perotto, Lilian Ucker; http://lattes.cnpq.br/1120812742549842; Martins, Alice Fátima; Fernandes, Ana Rita Vidica; Perotto, Lilian UckerThe research "Photography: artifact, affect and learning in the digital environment" has as its object of investigation the photographs produced in the digital environment, specifically in the social network Instagram and the way they are conveyed as affective devices of contemporary looks, having been guided by the following question-problem: how can photography act as a learning and affective device in the mediation of seeing during the pandemic? For this, I gathered a group of ten participants to follow them netnographically (KOZINETS, 2010; FERRAZ, 2019) and produce cartographies (BARROS; KASTRUP, 2009) regarding their personal relationships with photography. Thus, the data collection of this qualitative research was carried out with members of the UFG community and over 18 years old, aiming to perform a netnographic follow-up of their profiles on Instagram for a month. Thus, through an informal learning environment (LIB NEO, 2010; GOHN, 2006), conversations via Google Meet took place about the respective profiles on the social network, their relationships with photography and social interactions. Thus, with the subjects' own photographs and the affections cited during the meetings, cartographies were produced in order to make explicit the relationships with images during this pandemic period. The main objectives are: to link photography to affects, both as resources that enable the externalization of subjectivities; to map the affects exposed in the photographs, through the affective cartography methodology; to understand how photography operates in the deconstruction of the hegemony of seeing, and investigate how photography, through cultural pedagogies, operates as a learning tool in the digital environment. Therefore, the main contribution with this line of research is to suggest a study about decentralized learning, related to informal education and cultural pedagogies (ANDRADE, COSTA; 2015), which move beyond formal educational spaces, continuously throughout life. Including through photographic images in the digital environment, which constitute and form visual experiences about perceptions of the world. Thus, it is possible to propose that the main contribution to the visual arts and culture field is supporting the construction of new knowledge, proposing a critical and historical reflection on photographs and contemporary looks, under the pandemic context. Since reality also shapes sociocultural experiences and carries affections to the relationships with image. And, thus, open knowledges that arise from everyday learning, understanding that the different formats of photography are part of Arts. ItemDo sabor do saber às memórias para o futuro(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2021-12-16) Prado, Alzira Martins; Martins, Alice Fátima; http://lattes.cnpq.br/2768377569632609; Martins, Alice Fátima; Oliveira, Wolney Fernandes de; Perotto, Lilian Ucker; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; Santos, Noeli Batista dosThis research aims to establish a dialogue space with matriarchs, gathering reports on their life trajectories, considering their family relationships and issues related to formal and informal education. Therefore, we sought to support narrative and autobiographical approaches as methodological approaches for recording oral and image reports. The participants were motivated to report their memories, in order to provide the generation of narratives and images coined of affection. They reported their personal trajectories and also talked about how they have been living the present day, in pandemic times. The analysis made it possible to see how cultural revisiting of times and spaces through oral history and imagery helps the articulation of new knowledge. We consider how informal education is related to formal education, constituting the bases for the construction of knowledge, in the context of cultural studies, habits and customs. ItemEconarrativas visuais: o despertar de si como natureza(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2021-11-08) Moreira, Ingrid Costa; Rodrigues, Manoela dos Anjos Afonso; http://lattes.cnpq.br/7111235725963338; Rodrigues, Manoela dos Anjos Afonso; Andraus, Gazy; Miola, Gabriela Canale; Berardo, Rosa Maria; Freitas, Ana Elisa de CastroIn this research in art, I ask: how to create images from exercises of approximation between human beings and nature? Thus, the general objective of this master’s research was to investigate the processes of creating visual narratives elaborated from perceptions and experiences with the nature present in the surroundings of the neighborhood where I live, called Vila Itatiaia, located in the northern region of the city of Goiânia, in Goiás. Visual econarratives departed from the ‘econarrative’ concept brought by authors Peter Perreten and Melanie Pryor and are artistic propositions created in this research from crossings between experiences with nature and critical perspectives that put different fields of knowledge in dialogue, such as: ecology, feminism, art, decolonial studies and autobiographical studies. In dialogue with these themes, I used environmental and ecofeminist movements as a basis, as well as the authors Walter Mignolo, Michael Serres, Lenoble, Aníbal Quijano, Ailton Krenak, Elizabeth Beltrán and Vandana Shiva to understand and articulate a discussion about the relationships and understandings that were establishing itself temporally and spatially in relation to nature. As artistic references, Ana Mendieta, Fina Miralles, Vidi Descaves, Evan Cohen and Uýra Sodoma, are artists who brought an understanding and reflection on the potency of the idea of putting yourself as nature. In addition to these artists, Coletivo Oda Coletivo and artist Manoela Rodrigues, helped in reflections on socially engaged art and artistic approaches developed in the master’s, being them two workshops, a seminar and an exchange of letters with two residents of the Vila Itatiaia neighborhood. For the production of visual econarratives, the investigation adopted research based on artistic practice as a methodological support, with approaches to four poetic strategies: autobiography, with an emphasis on autobiogeography, walking, life narratives and mental maps. The articulation of these approaches was made through an artistic practice that was constituted from walks, collections, conversations, photographic records, digital collages, illustration, painting and embroidery, resulting in the proposition of the notion of visual econarratives and a series of productions, among them: 20 visual econarratives, actions developed with groups and an artist’s diary. The notion of visual econarrative started from the investigation of narratives that distance our existence from nature, in which I reflected and identified strategies to approach it, to then create visual econarratives that propose the integration of oneself as nature. Based on this notion, I understood that artistic practice, centered on the production of visual econarratives, is a means of articulating the narratives of self towards integration, which stimulates a change in perception by demonstrating that it is not enough to be close to nature, but it is necessary to have a systemic view of perceiving oneself as part of it. In this master’s thesis, I present the path that was being traced at each step of this investigative journey that took place together with nature and as nature. Finally, in a scenario of environmental crisis affected by the pandemic, the theme of this research proved to be relevant, urgent and necessary, as it reinforces the importance of recognizing ourselves as part of nature and, thus, seeking new perceptions about it, that is, about ourselves. ItemLembrar, narrar e desenhar: atravessamentos entre crianças e pessoas idosas(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2021-09-27) Moreira, Nara Mendes; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; http://lattes.cnpq.br/1430560976125427; Abreu, Carla Luzia de; Suanno, Marilza Vanessa Rosa; Martins, Alice Fátima; Valdez, Diane; Ucker, LilianThe research Remembering, Narrating and Drawing: crossings between children and elderly people addresses the exchange of narratives and the sharing of experiences between five children from a Municipal Children's Education Center in Goiânia, and elderly people from their family contexts. The research took place remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic and aimed to reflect on how children and elderly people perceive the age categories of childhood and old age, in addition to seeking to understand the role played by the imaginary within the narratives that transit between these phases of life. For this, a narrative research was built, with a participatory approach, in order to value the oralities and life stories of the people involved in this process. The study is theoretically based on authors who discuss age categories, memory and education in line with Visual Culture Studies. As part of the investigation process, semi-structured interviews were carried out with the participating people. The fieldwork also includes the dynamics between storytelling carried out by the elderly and the construction of visual narratives by children, who used drawing as a form of expression. The result obtained refers precisely to the convergence point of the study, the analysis of how and what children and elderly people learned together, through told stories and the production of visual narratives.