Teta lírica

Dir: Marie Carangi
Mostra: I don't believe in a God that doesn't know how to dance
5' . 2016 . PE


Having at background an acoustic shell stage in disuse, Marie Carangi, produces sounds in a theremin with the movement of her breasts. Emphasizing the utopian and bankrupt dimension of a project of modernity printed in architecture, the film confronts and subverts the white of the shell with the black of the body and the dress of the artist; the silence and the emptiness of the shell with the electronic sound provoked by her teats.

Rating 14 years

Screening: november 18 at 17h


Thelmo Cristovam
/ Sound

João Lucas
/ Editor

Thelmo Cristovam
/ Sound designer

Festivals and Awards

  • World Première


Marie Carangi

Born in 1989, she lives and works in Recife. She graduated in architecture and urbanism, works with performance, video and installation. Her first work, performed in the same period in which the artist decided to wear her curly hair proudly, was a "service-performance" called Peluqueria Carangi. She has participated in residencies in Brazil and abroad and has exhibited at Galeria MauMau-PE, at Centro Cultural São Paulo-SP, and at Galpão Bela Maré, RJ.