SCB2019_artists_Jonathas_de_Andrade

O Peixe (The Fish) 23’, 16mm (2K), Sound 5.1, 16:9 (1.77), 2016

Jonathas de Andrade (BR)

O Peixe (The Fish) 23’, 16mm (2K), Sound 5.1, 16:9 (1.77), 2016

Jonathas de Andrade (BR)

O Peixe (The Fish) 23’, 16mm (2K), Sound 5.1, 16:9 (1.77), 2016

Jonathas de Andrade (BR)

O Peixe (The Fish) 23’, 16mm (2K), Sound 5.1, 16:9 (1.77), 2016

Jonathas de Andrade (BR)

Fishermen from a village on the northeast coast of Brazil enact a ritual of embracing the fish they have caught. The affectionate gesture that accompanies the passage of death is a testament to a relationship between species that is imbued with strength, violence and domination.

FISHERMEN
Carlos Dos Santos (Menezes)
Cícero Dos Santos (Ciço)
Cipriano Batista Alves (Cipriano)
Genivaldo Santos De Lima (Irmão)
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Ailton Almeida De Liza (Xau)
José Dalmo Dos Santos (Curió)
José Elenildo Oliveira Dos Santos (Keno)
Romerig Francisco Dos Santos (Rom)
Ronaldo Vieira Santos (Ronaldo)

FISH
Pirarucu
Tambuacu
Tilápia

CREW
Director: Jonathas de Andrade
Assistant: director Jeronimo Lemos
Production: Rachel Daisy Ellis
Coproduction: Jennifer Lange
Production Manager: Vanessa Barbosa
Cinematography: Pedro Urano
Assistant Photographer: Leandro Gomes, Camila Freitas
Editing: Tita Ricardo Pretti
Sound Design: Mauricio d’Orey
Sound Mixing: Paul Hill
Color Grade: Mike Olenick
Post‐Production: Film/Video Studio Program, Wexner Center for the Arts

FISH FARMS
Fernando (Coruripe)
Galindo (Piaçabuçu)
Wellinton (Coruripe)

DRIVERS (BOAT)
Carlos Roberto Bento E Silva
Chico Pescador
Ronaldo Vieira Dos Santos

DRIVER (VAN)
Marcinho

SET ASSISTANTS
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Américo dos Santos (Zé)
José Caetano Santos (Juquinha)
José Neoson dos Santos (Neo)
Manuel Jacinto de Oliveira (Mãozinha)

A production: Desvia Wexner Center for the Arts

Supported by Funcultura, Governo do Estado de Pernambuco


BIOGRAPHY

Jonathas de Andrade was born in Maceio (Brazil) in 1982, and currently lives in Recife. His work investigates social, political, cultural and ideological matters which are at risk of vanishing from collective memory: what humanity chooses to retain or allows to sink into oblivion. Through a variety of processes involving photography, research, documentation and personal experience, Jonathas summons up memory and offers a deliberation on various forms of collective amnesia. Exhibitions include Under the Same Sun - Guggenheim NY, 11th Dakar Biennial - Senegal, 12e Biennale de Lyon, 2nd New Museum Triennial - The Ungovernables, 12th Istanbul Biennial, 29th Bienal de São Paulo, 7th Bienal do Mercosul (Porto Alegre), 32 Panorama da Arte Brasileira (MAM-São Paulo), Mythologies - Cite des Arts Paris, Galeria Vermelho (São Paulo), The Right to the City – Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Better Homes - Sculpture Center - Long Island City – USA, Tropikalizmy - Gdańsk City Gallery - Gdańsk – Poland, When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes - CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art – San Francisco, The Insides are on the Outside, Casa de Vidro e SESC Pompéia – São Paulo. De Andrade has been the recipient of Prêmio Marcantônio Vilaça, finalist of Premio Pipa (2011) and received a special mention at Future Generation Prize.  

Fishermen from a village on the northeast coast of Brazil enact a ritual of embracing the fish they have caught. The affectionate gesture that accompanies the passage of death is a testament to a relationship between species that is imbued with strength, violence and domination.

FISHERMEN
Carlos Dos Santos (Menezes)
Cícero Dos Santos (Ciço)
Cipriano Batista Alves (Cipriano)
Genivaldo Santos De Lima (Irmão)
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Ailton Almeida De Liza (Xau)
José Dalmo Dos Santos (Curió)
José Elenildo Oliveira Dos Santos (Keno)
Romerig Francisco Dos Santos (Rom)
Ronaldo Vieira Santos (Ronaldo)

FISH
Pirarucu
Tambuacu
Tilápia

CREW
Director: Jonathas de Andrade
Assistant: director Jeronimo Lemos
Production: Rachel Daisy Ellis
Coproduction: Jennifer Lange
Production Manager: Vanessa Barbosa
Cinematography: Pedro Urano
Assistant Photographer: Leandro Gomes, Camila Freitas
Editing: Tita Ricardo Pretti
Sound Design: Mauricio d’Orey
Sound Mixing: Paul Hill
Color Grade: Mike Olenick
Post‐Production: Film/Video Studio Program, Wexner Center for the Arts

FISH FARMS
Fernando (Coruripe)
Galindo (Piaçabuçu)
Wellinton (Coruripe)

DRIVERS (BOAT)
Carlos Roberto Bento E Silva
Chico Pescador
Ronaldo Vieira Dos Santos

DRIVER (VAN)
Marcinho

SET ASSISTANTS
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Américo dos Santos (Zé)
José Caetano Santos (Juquinha)
José Neoson dos Santos (Neo)
Manuel Jacinto de Oliveira (Mãozinha)

A production: Desvia Wexner Center for the Arts

Supported by Funcultura, Governo do Estado de Pernambuco


BIOGRAPHY

Jonathas de Andrade was born in Maceio (Brazil) in 1982, and currently lives in Recife. His work investigates social, political, cultural and ideological matters which are at risk of vanishing from collective memory: what humanity chooses to retain or allows to sink into oblivion. Through a variety of processes involving photography, research, documentation and personal experience, Jonathas summons up memory and offers a deliberation on various forms of collective amnesia. Exhibitions include Under the Same Sun - Guggenheim NY, 11th Dakar Biennial - Senegal, 12e Biennale de Lyon, 2nd New Museum Triennial - The Ungovernables, 12th Istanbul Biennial, 29th Bienal de São Paulo, 7th Bienal do Mercosul (Porto Alegre), 32 Panorama da Arte Brasileira (MAM-São Paulo), Mythologies - Cite des Arts Paris, Galeria Vermelho (São Paulo), The Right to the City – Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Better Homes - Sculpture Center - Long Island City – USA, Tropikalizmy - Gdańsk City Gallery - Gdańsk – Poland, When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes - CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art – San Francisco, The Insides are on the Outside, Casa de Vidro e SESC Pompéia – São Paulo. De Andrade has been the recipient of Prêmio Marcantônio Vilaça, finalist of Premio Pipa (2011) and received a special mention at Future Generation Prize.  

Fishermen from a village on the northeast coast of Brazil enact a ritual of embracing the fish they have caught. The affectionate gesture that accompanies the passage of death is a testament to a relationship between species that is imbued with strength, violence and domination.

FISHERMEN
Carlos Dos Santos (Menezes)
Cícero Dos Santos (Ciço)
Cipriano Batista Alves (Cipriano)
Genivaldo Santos De Lima (Irmão)
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Ailton Almeida De Liza (Xau)
José Dalmo Dos Santos (Curió)
José Elenildo Oliveira Dos Santos (Keno)
Romerig Francisco Dos Santos (Rom)
Ronaldo Vieira Santos (Ronaldo)

FISH
Pirarucu
Tambuacu
Tilápia

CREW
Director: Jonathas de Andrade
Assistant: director Jeronimo Lemos
Production: Rachel Daisy Ellis
Coproduction: Jennifer Lange
Production Manager: Vanessa Barbosa
Cinematography: Pedro Urano
Assistant Photographer: Leandro Gomes, Camila Freitas
Editing: Tita Ricardo Pretti
Sound Design: Mauricio d’Orey
Sound Mixing: Paul Hill
Color Grade: Mike Olenick
Post‐Production: Film/Video Studio Program, Wexner Center for the Arts

FISH FARMS
Fernando (Coruripe)
Galindo (Piaçabuçu)
Wellinton (Coruripe)

DRIVERS (BOAT)
Carlos Roberto Bento E Silva
Chico Pescador
Ronaldo Vieira Dos Santos

DRIVER (VAN)
Marcinho

SET ASSISTANTS
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Américo dos Santos (Zé)
José Caetano Santos (Juquinha)
José Neoson dos Santos (Neo)
Manuel Jacinto de Oliveira (Mãozinha)

A production: Desvia Wexner Center for the Arts

Supported by Funcultura, Governo do Estado de Pernambuco


BIOGRAPHY

Jonathas de Andrade was born in Maceio (Brazil) in 1982, and currently lives in Recife. His work investigates social, political, cultural and ideological matters which are at risk of vanishing from collective memory: what humanity chooses to retain or allows to sink into oblivion. Through a variety of processes involving photography, research, documentation and personal experience, Jonathas summons up memory and offers a deliberation on various forms of collective amnesia. Exhibitions include Under the Same Sun - Guggenheim NY, 11th Dakar Biennial - Senegal, 12e Biennale de Lyon, 2nd New Museum Triennial - The Ungovernables, 12th Istanbul Biennial, 29th Bienal de São Paulo, 7th Bienal do Mercosul (Porto Alegre), 32 Panorama da Arte Brasileira (MAM-São Paulo), Mythologies - Cite des Arts Paris, Galeria Vermelho (São Paulo), The Right to the City – Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Better Homes - Sculpture Center - Long Island City – USA, Tropikalizmy - Gdańsk City Gallery - Gdańsk – Poland, When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes - CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art – San Francisco, The Insides are on the Outside, Casa de Vidro e SESC Pompéia – São Paulo. De Andrade has been the recipient of Prêmio Marcantônio Vilaça, finalist of Premio Pipa (2011) and received a special mention at Future Generation Prize.  

Fishermen from a village on the northeast coast of Brazil enact a ritual of embracing the fish they have caught. The affectionate gesture that accompanies the passage of death is a testament to a relationship between species that is imbued with strength, violence and domination.

FISHERMEN
Carlos Dos Santos (Menezes)
Cícero Dos Santos (Ciço)
Cipriano Batista Alves (Cipriano)
Genivaldo Santos De Lima (Irmão)
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Ailton Almeida De Liza (Xau)
José Dalmo Dos Santos (Curió)
José Elenildo Oliveira Dos Santos (Keno)
Romerig Francisco Dos Santos (Rom)
Ronaldo Vieira Santos (Ronaldo)

FISH
Pirarucu
Tambuacu
Tilápia

CREW
Director: Jonathas de Andrade
Assistant: director Jeronimo Lemos
Production: Rachel Daisy Ellis
Coproduction: Jennifer Lange
Production Manager: Vanessa Barbosa
Cinematography: Pedro Urano
Assistant Photographer: Leandro Gomes, Camila Freitas
Editing: Tita Ricardo Pretti
Sound Design: Mauricio d’Orey
Sound Mixing: Paul Hill
Color Grade: Mike Olenick
Post‐Production: Film/Video Studio Program, Wexner Center for the Arts

FISH FARMS
Fernando (Coruripe)
Galindo (Piaçabuçu)
Wellinton (Coruripe)

DRIVERS (BOAT)
Carlos Roberto Bento E Silva
Chico Pescador
Ronaldo Vieira Dos Santos

DRIVER (VAN)
Marcinho

SET ASSISTANTS
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Américo dos Santos (Zé)
José Caetano Santos (Juquinha)
José Neoson dos Santos (Neo)
Manuel Jacinto de Oliveira (Mãozinha)

A production: Desvia Wexner Center for the Arts

Supported by Funcultura, Governo do Estado de Pernambuco


BIOGRAPHY

Jonathas de Andrade was born in Maceio (Brazil) in 1982, and currently lives in Recife. His work investigates social, political, cultural and ideological matters which are at risk of vanishing from collective memory: what humanity chooses to retain or allows to sink into oblivion. Through a variety of processes involving photography, research, documentation and personal experience, Jonathas summons up memory and offers a deliberation on various forms of collective amnesia. Exhibitions include Under the Same Sun - Guggenheim NY, 11th Dakar Biennial - Senegal, 12e Biennale de Lyon, 2nd New Museum Triennial - The Ungovernables, 12th Istanbul Biennial, 29th Bienal de São Paulo, 7th Bienal do Mercosul (Porto Alegre), 32 Panorama da Arte Brasileira (MAM-São Paulo), Mythologies - Cite des Arts Paris, Galeria Vermelho (São Paulo), The Right to the City – Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Better Homes - Sculpture Center - Long Island City – USA, Tropikalizmy - Gdańsk City Gallery - Gdańsk – Poland, When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes - CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art – San Francisco, The Insides are on the Outside, Casa de Vidro e SESC Pompéia – São Paulo. De Andrade has been the recipient of Prêmio Marcantônio Vilaça, finalist of Premio Pipa (2011) and received a special mention at Future Generation Prize.  

Fishermen from a village on the northeast coast of Brazil enact a ritual of embracing the fish they have caught. The affectionate gesture that accompanies the passage of death is a testament to a relationship between species that is imbued with strength, violence and domination.

FISHERMEN
Carlos Dos Santos (Menezes)
Cícero Dos Santos (Ciço)
Cipriano Batista Alves (Cipriano)
Genivaldo Santos De Lima (Irmão)
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Ailton Almeida De Liza (Xau)
José Dalmo Dos Santos (Curió)
José Elenildo Oliveira Dos Santos (Keno)
Romerig Francisco Dos Santos (Rom)
Ronaldo Vieira Santos (Ronaldo)

FISH
Pirarucu
Tambuacu
Tilápia

CREW
Director: Jonathas de Andrade
Assistant: director Jeronimo Lemos
Production: Rachel Daisy Ellis
Coproduction: Jennifer Lange
Production Manager: Vanessa Barbosa
Cinematography: Pedro Urano
Assistant Photographer: Leandro Gomes, Camila Freitas
Editing: Tita Ricardo Pretti
Sound Design: Mauricio d’Orey
Sound Mixing: Paul Hill
Color Grade: Mike Olenick
Post‐Production: Film/Video Studio Program, Wexner Center for the Arts

FISH FARMS
Fernando (Coruripe)
Galindo (Piaçabuçu)
Wellinton (Coruripe)

DRIVERS (BOAT)
Carlos Roberto Bento E Silva
Chico Pescador
Ronaldo Vieira Dos Santos

DRIVER (VAN)
Marcinho

SET ASSISTANTS
Gileno Cândido Bezerra (Leno)
José Américo dos Santos (Zé)
José Caetano Santos (Juquinha)
José Neoson dos Santos (Neo)
Manuel Jacinto de Oliveira (Mãozinha)

A production: Desvia Wexner Center for the Arts

Supported by Funcultura, Governo do Estado de Pernambuco


BIOGRAPHY

Jonathas de Andrade was born in Maceio (Brazil) in 1982, and currently lives in Recife. His work investigates social, political, cultural and ideological matters which are at risk of vanishing from collective memory: what humanity chooses to retain or allows to sink into oblivion. Through a variety of processes involving photography, research, documentation and personal experience, Jonathas summons up memory and offers a deliberation on various forms of collective amnesia. Exhibitions include Under the Same Sun - Guggenheim NY, 11th Dakar Biennial - Senegal, 12e Biennale de Lyon, 2nd New Museum Triennial - The Ungovernables, 12th Istanbul Biennial, 29th Bienal de São Paulo, 7th Bienal do Mercosul (Porto Alegre), 32 Panorama da Arte Brasileira (MAM-São Paulo), Mythologies - Cite des Arts Paris, Galeria Vermelho (São Paulo), The Right to the City – Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Better Homes - Sculpture Center - Long Island City – USA, Tropikalizmy - Gdańsk City Gallery - Gdańsk – Poland, When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes - CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art – San Francisco, The Insides are on the Outside, Casa de Vidro e SESC Pompéia – São Paulo. De Andrade has been the recipient of Prêmio Marcantônio Vilaça, finalist of Premio Pipa (2011) and received a special mention at Future Generation Prize.  

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