NINHO – Art, Interactivity and Agroecology research collective was a group formed by artists, engineer, farmer and programmers working in a studio-house, planting agroforestry systems and developing interactive works of art connecting the spaces outside and inside the house using electronic sensors. The catalog presents details of processes over more than 9 months.
Maurício Chades é artista visual e cineasta piauiense. Mestre em Arte e Tecnologia e Bacharel em Audiovisual pela UnB, cursa um MFA na SAIC School of the Art Institute of Chicago, no departamento Film, Video, New Media and Animation. Decomposição, rituais de morte, ficção especulativa, relações interespécie e tensões territoriais são temas que orbitam seu trabalho, que assume diferentes formas a cada projeto – entre filme, instalação, escrita, bio-arte-e-tecnologia e performance. Em 2019 apresentou sua primeira exibição solo, Pirâmide, Urubu, na Torre de TV Digital de Brasília.
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Maurício Chades is a visual artist and filmmaker from the Brazilian Northeast. He holds a Master’s Degree in Art and Technology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Audiovisual, both from the University of Brasilia (UnB). He is currently pursuing an MFA at the SAIC School of the Art Institute of Chicago, in the Film, Video, New Media, and Animation department. Decay/decomposition, death rituals, speculative fiction, inter-species relations, and territorial tensions are some themes of his work, which take different forms with each project - between film, installation, bio-art-and-technology, and performance. In 2019 he presented his first solo exhibition, Pirâmide, Urubu, at the Digital TV Tower in Brasília.