What does the field produce? What is the reality of rurality? Que estórias bring us every food and who is there to tell them? What are the possibilities of involvement and encounter that the field brings us?
The urban world and the rural world are not, never were and never will be disconnected but the prominent narrative is urban, industrialized, capitalized, and told mainly from the perspective of the consumer and the city. Where do we find ourselves? What boundaries can we dissolve?
She is an artist and researcher based in Serra da Mantiqueira. She holds a master's degree in Visual Arts from the School of Fine Arts at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Contemporary Artistic Practices at the State University of Rio de Janeiro. She is the director of Silo – Arte e Latitude Rural, an organization that creates and promotes art, science and technology in rural areas and environmental conservation through artistic residency programs and experimentation laboratories, such as CaipiraTechLab._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_https://silo.org.br
Master in Sustainable Development from UFRRJ, gastronome and gastronomy manager for 30 years with Executive MBA from Instituto Coppead UFRJ food. She is the director of Instituto Comida do Amanhã and Cambucá Consultoria. Experience in mapping and building value chains with socio-environmental impact, especially CSA – community that sustains agriculture. Works for the change of diets and production methods, so that they are healthier for people and sustainable for the planet.
Born and raised in São Paulo, graduated in Law from PUC-SP, she found belonging in the countryside. He realized that the food chain in Brazil makes no sense and fell in love with the power of agroforestry as a worldview. Co-creator of Pertim, she believes that we are deeply interconnected and that it is necessary to weave and care for the networks that sustain us. With Pertim, it has been planting and distributing food, water, games, wisdom and fertile soil.
DayNovember 26th from 2020at11 am
ART, GASTRONOMY, LOCAL AND AGROECOLOGICAL PRODUCTION:
where is it all?
We call those who are building bridges, telling the story starting from the countryside, reminding us that it is on earth that everything begins and that, in order to regenerate relationships, that is where we need to look and those voices we need to hear._cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_
Food of Tomorrow Institute - Polliniza 2020