"Caetano has dedicated me one, and after such long time I felt modesty. It is like he had dressed me up after being naked for such long time..."
Lygia Clark

 


POSSIBLE BEAUTY


POSSIBLE BEAUTY is an extensive project that deals with architecture, art, social development politics, urbanism, citizenship and ecology and intends through an exhibition with works by invited architects, distinctive names of the national and international actuality architecture, show projects of construction of social housing, with compatible cost and the autoconstruction processes practiced here and the national specificities of financing the housing programs in order to establish high quality alternatives contructions for the population and to promote a dialogue with the culture and peoples movements the country of access to housing.
Brazil currently has one of the largest, if not the greatest, the worlds housing program for the poor people called Minha Casa Minha Vida. However, the quality of architecture and urban planning of these impacting residential groupings is, in general, insufficient and primarily follows economic interests, which further aggravates urban deformations resulting from our historical process of development.
This project seeks, in an innovative way, to articulate the responsible actors for this process - public authorities, social organizations, financing banks and users - around ideas and actions that generate new architectural configurations, constructives and urban planning and meet in deeper and broader way, the interests of society as a whole and might serve as basis and example for changing the actual urban panorama in Brazil, marked by major problems of lacking urgent and creative solutions.
Local
Rio Art Museum - SEA
Municipal Art Center Hélio Oiticica
Public spaces
Dates
2015/2016
Realization
Institute HOME
Co-realization
ALEPH Cultural
Curator
Evandro Salles
Idealization
Evandro Salles, Leticia Monte, Francisco Franca, Nanda Eskes
Project Executive Management
Eleonora Santa Rosa
Institutional Relations
Leticia Monte
Content coordination
Francisco Franca
Coordination Architecture and Assistant Curator
Nanda Eskes
www.institutocasa.org/