Paradise is for everyone
“Paradise is for everyone" is a film produced by Lynn Carone and Fernando Pericin, as a result of the combination of three previous projects in dialogue, derived from the research of both and that contemplate themes like bodies, territories, gender, racism, oppression, and urban occupations. Reflections on the three works provided a (re)meeting between the artists and their poetics and resulted in this experimental video as a form of expression and elaboration of a visual thought, which includes the experiences in the city territories, the specificities of the places as questioning propellants, the personal positions in micro politics assumed as a life posture and personal transformation, rethinking the ways of relationships. The records revisited as archives allowed re-readings in collages, and images and sounds overlays, placing the three productions in a scenario that transits between reality and nightmare, giving continuity to the discussions of the work in process.
Lynn Carone, Et al.
University of Brazil
Lynn Carone was born in Los Angeles, USA and is a multimedia artist, arts teacher and researcher in Art and Technology at the University of Brasília. Her artistic research involves “site specific” practices, photography, video, installations, objects and engraving. She has participated in international exhibitions such as “Fish eye” / Cardiff; The International Seminar on Art and Nature / Brazil; Panoramas2021/Spain, IX CINABEH international artistic exhibition: sexual, ethnic-racial and gender diversity. Also participated in several collective and individual exhibits in museums, cultural spaces and galleries.
Fernando Pericin is a Brazilian multimedia artist, arts teacher, photographer, video editor and researcher at the University of Brasília, lives and works in Brasília, Brazil. The main subjects of his research in poetics are gender and oppression. He has participated in several solo and group exhibits and art related events in Brazil and abroad as Panoramas2021/Spain, IX CINABEH international artistic exhibition: sexual, ethnic-racial and gender diversity.