Eder Chiodetto has a Masters in Communication and Arts from the University of Sao Paulo (USP). He is an independent curator of photography and video. Eder Chiodetto. The Brazilian nation arose based on a complex blend of peoples and cultures. Due to historical circumstances, every Brazilian is a multifaceted. 6 results for Books: “Eder Chiodetto”. Product Details German Lorca (Em Portugues do Brasil). Jan 1, by Eder Chiodetto (Org.).
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My evolution from a documentarian to an artist happened when I started being more integrated with groups. Religion, from this point of view, would serve as a refuge, a sacred place of gathering and comfort. When he orders someone to stop, he or she obeys him blindly.
Today I like to see it as the naive style I had that time. Clothing may change, rituals may also change but all of them have the same purpose of appeasing human anguish.
My research on the Penitents is going to be over one day. I come from a family of Lawyers, but they have chioeetto influenced me in the arts field. I used to get those painting collections from the newsstand and then, when I turned seven to eight years old, I started painting. I have photographed my first pilgrimage in The Penitents have the history that has touched me the most: The next year I went to their homes, which are also blue and that made me interested in this theme, the one I follow until today: When I am with the Penitents Eded am part of the group.
We are just on different paths. This group is also gone now. While others used to study m ath, I was studying arts.
Editing and aesthetics helped the majority of time for people not knowing which religion the picture was about. At that time I was already a mystical person, which I still am. To be with these people, photograph them and talk to them, just increases my faith, even if they are of a different religion than my own.
I photograph him every year. You are commenting using your Facebook account. They stop 7 times during the pilgrimage at strategic points for singing and praying. You are commenting using your WordPress. I have him on photos and videos. I care about keeping records of everything, for example being interviewed by my closest ones.
I sing in Yoruba and Banto the few songs I know.
I think religiosity will go on until I die. Our fragility facing life. Belem carries a lot of prejudice, and this exhibit was a way to thinking and talking about it.
I want to photograph that! These rituals are based on Don Sebastian from Portugal.
Veloso’s book text (Eder Chiodetto). | Guy Veloso – documentary photography
The Penitent hierarchy is very powerful and respected. Photography leaves its role as a support art where one only records impressions, to becoming an extension of his deep immersion in this new universe. Jesulene Ribeiro announced to everyone that I was officially a member of that community.
This way I get into it in multiple forms: Kardecism helps me answer questions about our existential anguish. I fell in love with the theme. The methodic research of such a complex theme as the Brazilian religious manifestations has transformed; him and his photographic work. I have hours of interviews.
My life changed when I started watching movies about the backwoods, such as the ones of Walter Salles and Glauber Rocha. I still have some of these paintings from that time. And it is like this until today. It is love, faith and caring for the other.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here What it is being born, living, dying? It gives me spiritual strength. It is only over when their clothes are completely red with blood. Chiodeyto, after a lot of negotiation with people from Sergipe including the teacher Maurelina dos Santos I received permission to photograph them.