Terminal 10mg was a collaborative, horizontal process that began with the construction of a performative action around São Paulo City. Participants were invited to write and to think a performance that would happen in a bus route with three stops: in a university, a hospital and a butchery shop.
The performance happened on the 23rd of September of 2017, in a 8 hours route going through buses and stops with the public and the performers. With the video documentation of this performance a film was edited called Cancioneiro Terminal.
And as this project had a strong focus in text production during the whole process, Edições Aurora in São Paulo edited a book.
This work was was funded by the VAI Program of the Secretaria de Cultura of São Paulo City.
Short description about Mexa:
Mexa is not defined as an artistic collective, but rather a group that uses artistic tactics, especially writing and performance, to defend and promote the encounter of the diversity with ours vulnerabilities. The group was formed in 2015 in response of urgency that some of the most vulnerable people in São Paulo were suffering in shelters for homeless people. Founded by Dudu Quintanilha and Anita Silvia Vieira the group exists and works in São Paulo through different projects. grupomexa.com.br