Screening image
Georgia Sagri, Diaphragm, 2019, Leather, color thermal silk screen print, iron 70 x 70 x 3.3 cm 

Every day at 5 am

In parallel with the exhibition, a selection of videos are screened contextualizing Georgia Sagri’s practice, the transversality of art, care and therapy documenting the works of Lygia Clark, Anne Halprin and Leticia Parente.

Letícia Parente, In, 1975
Courtesy Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo

Anna Halprin and Seth Hill, Right On (Ceremony of Us), 1969
Courtesy University of California, Berkeley Art Museum,
Pacific Film Archive and Jim Newman

Letícia Parente, Nordeste, 1981
Courtesy Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo

Lygia Clark, Memória do Corpo (Memory of the Body), 1984
Directed by Mario Carneiro, Brazil; produced by Solance Padilha; videography by Waltercio Caldas
Courtesy ‘The World of Lygia Clark’ Cultural Association

Letícia Parente, Tarefa I, 1982
Courtesy Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo

The films are selected in collaboration with Marina Vishmidt, the author of Speculation as a Mode of Production: Forms of Value Subjectivity in Art and Capital (Haymarket, 2019), and the co-author of Reproducing Autonomy (Mute, 2016). She is currently editing a reader on speculation for the Documents of Contemporary Art series (Whitechapel/MIT, 2022). She teaches at Goldsmiths, University of London and is currently the Rudolph Arnheim visiting professor in art history at Humboldt University, Berlin.