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Eda Nagayama, Nivaldo Godoy

https://issuu.com/nivaldogodoyjr./docs/caderno_palavracidade_2

São Paulo, Brazil
Eda Nagayama - Brazilian writer of Japanese origin, holds a degree in Theory of Theater and a Master’s in Communication and Audiovisual. PhD with a research on cultural trauma and refugees’ narratives, supported by SPeCTReSS/Marie Curie Inter. Exchange Scheme Project (POL), and by CNPq, Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications (BRA). Nivaldo Godoy - Brazilian Architect/Artist working in the fields of Architecture, Audiovisual, Book, Music for Film and Performance.

Palavracidade


Between Architectural and Literary language.

Palavracidade


Between Architectural and Literary language.
An architectural fiction book about a radical condominium of dysfunctional houses.

PALAVRACIDADE is a Brazilian book that proposes a dialogue of creation between two distinct languages - the literary and the architectural one.

The book presents a dystopic fiction where a city of words and texts is demolished, giving rise to a radical condominium of dysfunctional houses:

01. Casa-Corredor (Hall-House)
02. Casa-Elevador (Elevator-House)
03. Casa-Casulo (Cocoon-House)
04. Casa-Emparedamento (Walling-House)
05. Casa-Labirinto (Labyrinth-House)
06. Casa-Bunker (Bunker-House)

Mirroring problematic states of contemporaneity, these houses reflect symptoms of the human being taken to the extreme - fragmentation and loss of individuality, bewilderment and fear, insecurity and uncertainty.


Palavracidade


Between Architectural and Literary language.

Palavracidade


Between Architectural and Literary language.
An architectural fiction book about a radical condominium of dysfunctional houses.

PALAVRACIDADE is a Brazilian book that proposes a dialogue of creation between two distinct languages - the literary and the architectural one.

The book presents a dystopic fiction where a city of words and texts is demolished, giving rise to a radical condominium of dysfunctional houses:

01. Casa-Corredor (Hall-House)
02. Casa-Elevador (Elevator-House)
03. Casa-Casulo (Cocoon-House)
04. Casa-Emparedamento (Walling-House)
05. Casa-Labirinto (Labyrinth-House)
06. Casa-Bunker (Bunker-House)

Mirroring problematic states of contemporaneity, these houses reflect symptoms of the human being taken to the extreme - fragmentation and loss of individuality, bewilderment and fear, insecurity and uncertainty.



Idea by

Eda Nagayama, Nivaldo Godoy
São Paulo
Brazil
Eda Nagayama - Brazilian writer of Japanese origin, holds a degree in Theory of Theater and a Master’s in Communication and Audiovisual. PhD with a research on cultural trauma and refugees’ narratives, supported by SPeCTReSS/Marie Curie Inter. Exchange Scheme Project (POL), and by CNPq, Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications (BRA). Nivaldo Godoy - Brazilian Architect/Artist working in the fields of Architecture, Audiovisual, Book, Music for Film and Performance.