Academic Faculty PPGAV
List of researchers associated with the Post-Graduate Program in Visual Arts at UFPel.
Alice Jean Monsell: Artist and researcher; co-leader of the research group ‘Displacements Observances and Contemporary Cartographies’ (CNPq/UFPel) and member of the research group ‘Arts Vehicles’ (CNPq/UFRGS). Produces artworks relating to the investigation of the domestic context and its environmental extensions. Elaborates poetic apparatuses (dispositifs) that involve the public in a performative situation, in acts of drawing and other activities. She develops art vehicles and multiples to circulate her drawings. Currently, her research project concerns the reuse, transformation and the displacement of domestic garbage, as well as the creation of proposals that provide a context for dialogue about these issues and sustainability.
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Angela Raffin Pohlmann: is an artist and researcher; leader of research group ‘Poetic paths: procedures and graphias in contemporaneity ” (CNPq/UFPel). She works with engraving, the creative process, and theoretical/practical research projects which investigate alternative materials and non-toxic processes for gravure printing .
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Eduarda Azevedo Gonçalves is a visual artist and researcher; co-leader of Research Group Displacements, Observances and Contemporary Cartographies (CNPq/UFPel) and participates in the research groups ‘Poetic Paths: procedures and graphias in contemporaneity’ (CNPq/UFPel) and ‘Arts Vehicles’ (CNPq/UFRGS). She develops research about art apparatuses (dispositifs) that promote the multiplication and circulation of her works in different contexts, which are related to physical and mental displacements. Furthermore, she develops and advises students on their art production and its theoretical and practical aspects, and reserach whose keyword and theme is the everyday landscape.
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Cláudio Tarouco de Azevedo (PNPD scholarship fellow) conducts research in Art Education, Audiovisual Poetics and Environmental Education. Within the perspective of Institutional Analysis and Schizoanalysis, he investigates the creative process interrelated with Aesthetic Education and poetic production. He works with the LAPEA – Audiovisual Research Laboratory of Research in Environmental Education.
Lucia Bergamaschi Costa Weymar has an interdisciplinary education and is member of the research group ‘Poetic Paths: procedures and graphias in contemporaneity ’ (CNPq/UFPel). Her research explores the interrelations between art and design and issues related to creativity and reflection about these topics. Other research themes are associated with Authorial Design and the Creative Process in Design.
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Mirela Ribeiro Meira works with teacher education and does research on Art Education, Communitary Extension projects and is an advisor on student research projects in the areas of Education, Art, Mental Health and Art therapy. Coordinator of NUTREE (Transdisciplinary Center for Aesthetic Studies) for the Specialization in Education course; she also investigates the metamorphoses which operate through the aesthetic management of caring in teacher education .
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Nádia da Cruz Senna: Artist and researcher: member of the research group ‘Poetics Paths: procedures and graphias in contemporaneity’ (CNPq/UFPel), and the research group ‘NEAP: Center for Studies in Art and Heritage’ (CNPq/UFPel). She develops artw orks that intersect visual poetics, communication and teaching. She also conducts research focusing on the drawing process, cultural studies and gender.
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Renata Azevedo Requião is the leader of the research group “Artifacts for the reading and construction of the ‘small territory’”. She works in the area between literature and other contemporary poetics. Through her research projects (Contemporary poetics : the production of meaning, of writings and Trips and places: poetic maps and other configurations ); she seeks possibilities of meaning articulated through literary and other modes of expression. Emphasis: s hort narratives and contemporary Brazilian poetics ; languages and limits of expression; relations between the place and the body; recognizing the “small territory”; and “artistic thinking”.
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Ursula Rosa da Silva: leader of the research group ‘NEAP: Center for Studies in Art and Heritage’ (CNPq/UFPel). She works in the area of art education, emphasizing the philosophy of art, art criticism, visual culture, gender, aesthetics and everyday life today.
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Carlos Alberto Ávila Santos is member of “NEAP: Center of Studies in Art and Heritage” (CNPq/UFPel). He works with research projects and studies Brazilian art, in different periods, in order to make it possible to deepen and solidify knowledge on this subject.
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