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March 2014.  Selected artists participating on the spring 2014 artist mobility program, Cambio 14.  Partners: Museo Universitario del Chopo and Harmonipan Studio.
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1. Alexsandra Cardoso, 2. Ailson Rolemberg, 3. Amanda Argollo, 4. Alexandre Duarte , 5. CH Malves, 6. Clarice Machado, 7. David Neves, 8. Felipe Tavares, 9. Juci Reis,  10. João Oliveira, 11. Luke Fischbeck, 12. Kauam Pereira, 13. Michelle Mattiuzzi, 14. Manuela Santana, 15. Pablo Cordier, 16. Sarah Rara, 17. Suzane Lopes, 18. Talita Gracille, 19. Vanessa Bittencourt. 
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September 2016 Printed Matter's New York Art Book Fair.  Partners: Hesse Press, Harmonipan
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Mesa Art group exhibition at Palacete das Artes Salvador, Bahia Brazil
January/February 2016.  Selected artists participating on the winter 2016 artist mobility program, Partners: Sector 2337, Arts Incubator, Chicago, IL and Biblioteca Vasconcelos in Mexico City.
1. Carol Barreto (Brazil) – "Coleção Vozes: Circulação Internacional: Raça, Gênero e Moda. Eua, 2016”.  Curatorship: Juci Reis. 2. Tamires Lima (Brazil) – Brincantes: Ilustrações de brinquedos populares. January 2016. In conjuction with MUJAM, Museo del Juguete Antiguo México.  Curatorship: Juci Reis and Leila Da Cruz. 
1. Africadeus: Participation at Printted Matter’s NY Art Book Fair, 2016 in conjuction with Hesse Press and Harmonipan
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1. Mirella Ferreira dos Santos (Brasil), Experimento: I Livreto / 2. Leila Gina Da Cruz Silva dos Reis (Brasil), Palíndromo 303 /  3. Davi Caramelo Magalhães Vasques (Brasil),  Olhar Sonoro / 4. Carla Calixto de Sousa Bispo (Brasil), Entre Fios - Acervo de Textiles / 5. Adson Coelho Nascimento (Brasil),  Alegoria mutável: vídeo mapping.
November 2016 FIL, Feria Internacional del Libro de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico.
        Artist Residency     August, 2015     Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
November 2013.  Selected artists participating on the Winter 2013 artist mobility program.  Partners: FIIIMP, Harmonipan Studio.
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November 2014.  First list of selected artist participating on the Fall/Winter 2014/2015 artist mobility program.  Partners: Harmonipan Studio, Local de Arte.
1. Tamires Lima (Brazil), Fabrincando   Secretaria de Cultura Bahia- SECULT Flotar Programa. Curatorship: Juci Reis
As part of the special activities in Mexico 2014 Gran Salón in collaboration with Flotar had the pleasure to invite Tashen's editor Julius Wiedemann, head of books as the series Illustration Now! Illustrators and 100, among others. Gran Salón México, is an annual fair dedicated to contemporary illustration Mexico with the intention to give a pan and be a source of reference and dissemination to the burgeoning world of the current artwork in Mexico, held its first edition in 2014.
1.Anne Solimar Pacheco Felix, Performance 2.Talita Gracille Barbosa, Música.  3.Danilo Brito, Escultura  4.Kauam Pereira, Performance  5.Marta Rocha, Instalação  6.Vanessa Bittencourt, Fotografia.
January 2015.  Second list of selected artists participating on the Fall/Winter 2014/2015  artist mobility program. Partners: Festival del Bosque Germinal, Gran Salón, Harmonipan Studio.
November/December 2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Partners: Secretaria de Cultura Bahia- SECULT and Audio Rebel.  Angola  Partners: Angola International Fashion Show.
June/July 2016 Printed Matter Fair at Palacete das Artes Salvador Bahia, and concert at Goethe-Institut Salvador-Bahia.  Artist talk at Vila Velha Teatro, Salvador-Bahia in conjuction with Sê-lo! and Plataforma Largo
1. Jozef Van Wissem (Netherlands), Festival FDB Germinal.  2. M. Takara (Brazil), Live Performance. 3. Julius Wiedemann (England), Gran Salón.  4. Danilo Britto (Brazil), Arte e Ancestralidade. 5. Ava Mar (Brazil), Reconcavo e Reconvexo.  6. Thayane Matos (Brazil), Relíquias Arquitetônicas.
   Mesa    August, 2015   Palacete Das Artes    Salvador Bahia, Brazil
1. Heitor Dantas e Laia Gaiatta, Intersecções Sonoras. Curatorship: Juci Reis and Pedro Azevendo. In partnership wirh Flotar Programa, Secretaria de Cultura Bahia- SECULT, Audio Rebel and Harmonipan.  2. Carol Barreto Coleção Asè. Curatorship: Juci Reis Centro. Técnico Teatro Castro Alves, Salvador, Bahia. 
Julius Wiedemann Artist mobility program Partners: Gran Salón México City, 2014
1. Feira do Taboão  Printed matter fair 2. Full Blast (Peter Brötzmann, Marino Pliakas and Michael Wertmüller).  Teatro do ICBA. Presented by Low Fi - Processos Criativos and VII Festival De Percussão 2 de Julho in conjunction with Flotar and Harmonipan.  3. Art Talk is a series of artist talks and workshops promoted by Sê-lo! and Plataforma Largo with the participation of: José Augusto Mannis e Janete El Hauoli (Bahia, Brazil)
November/December 2016 Mexico City.  Partners: Flotar Programa, Secretaria de Cultura Bahia- SECULT, Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Festival Aural, Embajada CCBM: Centro Cultura Brasil México, 
1. Edbrass Brasil (Brazil) Refluxos Sonoros Curatorship: Juci Reis.  Program in conjuction with Secretaria de Cultura Bahia- SECULT, Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Aural Festival, Embajada CCBM: Centro Cultura Brasil México, Programa de Rádio: Resistencia Modulada-Radio UNAM - Playlisto.
Cambio Artist Residency Museo Universitario del Chopo Mexico City, 2014
    Cambio     February – March, 2014     Museo Universitario del Chopo     Mexico City, Mexico
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February 2015. Third list of selected artist participating on the fall-winter 2014/2015 artist mobility program.  Partners: Festival NRMAL, Harmonipan Studio. 
Flotar was pleased to present Mesa, the first group exhibition of paintings, prints and medium size sculptures by Leila Da Cruz, Davi Caramelo, Juci Reis, Vanessa Bittencourt, Mirella Ferreira, Thayane Matos, Felipe Rezende, Francisco Brasil, Mayara Ferreira, Jan Cathalá, Ísis de Carvalho, Arthur Campelo and Adson Gargax.   This exhibition consisted of a group of paintings, prints, photos and small sculptures that were put together as a counterpart for the group's art program in Mexico City in November, 2014. The apparent simplicity of these pieces opposes a greater sophistication in their metaphorical construction and design. The relationship between formal elements as individual pieces in this exhibition suggests that they are put together by an affinity with the surface in which they are exposed.
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1. Arthur Campelo (Brazil), Primitivo Ampliado. 2. Isis de Carvalho (Brazil/Portugal), Arte dos Baralhos. 3. Louisa Huber (Brazil/Switzerland), É a cor da Cabocla Jurema.  4. NEGRO LEO/BABY HITLER (Brazil) NRMAL/FLOTAR: Ilhas de Calor: Eduardo Manso, Felipe  Zenícola, Leonardo Campelo , Pedro Azevedo, Renato  Godoy e Thomas Harres
Flotar about Artist residency and mobility program.
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March 2015.  Fourth list of selected artist participating on the fall-winter 2014/2015 artist mobility program.  Partners: Local de Arte, Harmonipan Studio, Centro de Cultura Digital.
Flotar is a program created with the objective to promote an international dialogue between contemporary sound and visual art forms, as well as to create a link between artists, cultural agents and institutions.  Such actions happen trough artist residencies and other mobility programs disseminating the link between creators, institutions and the public.  At the same time, the program aims to development of critical thinking through academic programs in conjunction with other organizations.
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Negro Leo/Baby HitlerFebruary, 2015 NRMAL Festival Mexico City
1. Coletivo ECO-OCO (Brazil): Interfaces México‐Brasil de Arte Contemporânea: Felipe Rezende, Francisco Brasil, Mayara Ferreira e Ramon Gonçalves.  2. Jan Cathalá (Brazil)/FLOTAR. 
Phone:  +52 1 55 6488 8570 Email: Address: Lina Bo Bardi 23, Parque de los Venados Nepopualco, Morelos, México C.P. 62935
The residence is taking proposals.  The applicants should send the following not later than 05.30.2016 - A motivation for your participation (up to one page A4) - Documentation of your work (PDF) and/or link to website, blog, vimeo, etc. - Please sedn to:  The results of the selection will be announced by email after July 17th 2016.  There will be provided studio spaces for work, public spaces for public art works and gallery space for exhibition.  Flotar undertakes, food, advertising and creation of the exhibition.  Flotar also provides the selected artists with official letter of invitation to support their applications for travel founds.  Paid by the artists are travel, materials and private costs. Note: Artists are free to use their own materials on their choice. Artists are kindly asked to bring specific materials of their own, which are difficult to provide at local stage.
As part of the the Austin Psych Fest Showcase at NRMAL Festival, Flotar and Harmonipan had the pleasure to invite Rio de Janeiro's Negro Leo and Baby Hitler, to play both, at the showcase and the festival.  This project was made possible with the help of Ministry of Culture in Brazil, Audio Rebel and Quintavant.
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Cambio 14 is an artistic residence where Flotar and Harmonipan invited 20 artists from Brazil to experience the residence of Lucky Dragons and explore new ways to produce, present and promote art . The project aims to expose new perspectives for the creation of experimental exercises and project preparation methodologies within the arts . And produce a series of presentations and discussions on cultural management in the visual and performing arts. Artists and cultural operators involved will have the opportunity to study based on the development of projects related to art and culture, with the intention of creating an exchange mechanisms between the following disciplines : photography, design, performing arts , history, music , dance and multimedia.
      Julius Wiedemann      November, 2014       Gran Salón       Mexico City
Negro Leo / Baby Hitler Artist mobility program Partners: NRMAL Festival  and Harmonipan Studio.   México City, 2015
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January/February 2016.   Selected artists participating on the winter 2016 artist mobility program. Partners: Sector 2337, Arts Incubator, Chicago, IL and Biblioteca Vasconcelos in Mexico City.
January 2015.  Second list of selected artists participating on the Fall/Winter 2014/2015  artist mobility program. Partners: Festival del Bosque Germinal, Gran Salón, Harmonipan Studio.
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June/July 2016 Printed Matter Fair at Palacete das Artes Salvador Bahia, and concert at Goethe-Institut Salvador-Bahia.  Artist talk at Vila Velha Teatro, Salvador-Bahia in conjuction with Sê-lo! and Plataforma Largo
1. Carol Barreto (Brazil) – "Coleção Vozes: Circulação Internacional: Raça, Gênero e Moda. Eua, 2016”.  Curatorship: Juci Reis.  Co-curator: Jordan Martins 2. Tamires Lima (Brazil) – Brincantes: Ilustrações de brinquedos populares. January 2016. In conjuction with Biblioteca Vasconcelos in Mexico City  Curatorship: Juci Reis and Leila Da Cruz. 
1. Jozef Van Wissem (Netherlands), Festival FDB Germinal.  2. M. Takara (Brazil), Live Performance. 3. Julius Wiedemann (England), Gran Salón.  4. Danilo Britto (Brazil), Arte e Ancestralidade. 5. Ava Mar (Brazil), Reconcavo e Reconvexo.  6. Thayane Matos (Brazil), Relíquias Arquitetônicas.
CambioFebruary , 2014Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City
March 2015.  Fourth list of selected artist participating on the fall-winter 2014/2015 artist mobility program.  Partners: Local de Arte, Harmonipan Studio, Centro de Cultura Digital.
November 2014.  First list of selected artist participating on the Fall/Winter 2014/2015  artist mobility program.  Partners: Harmonipan Studio, Local de Arte.
1. Coletivo ECO-OCO (Brazil): Interfaces México‐Brasil de Arte Contemporânea: Felipe Rezende, Francisco Brasil, Mayara Ferreira e Ramon Gonçalves.  2. Jan Cathalá (Brazil)/FLOTAR. 
1. Mirella Ferreira dos Santos (Brasil), Experimento: I Livreto / 2. Leila Gina Da Cruz Silva dos Reis (Brasil), Palíndromo 303 /  3. Davi Caramelo Magalhães Vasques (Brasil),  Olhar Sonoro / 4. Carla Calixto de Sousa Bispo (Brasil), Entre Fios - Acervo de Textiles / 5. Adson Coelho Nascimento (Brasil),  Alegoria mutável: vídeo mapping.
Negro Leo/Baby HittleMarch, 2014 Festival NRMAL Mexico City
1. Alexsandra Cardoso, 2. Ailson Rolemberg, 3. Amanda Argollo, 4. Alexandre Duarte , 5. CH Malves, 6. Clarice Machado, 7. David Neves, 8. Felipe Tavares, 9. Juci Reis,  10. João Oliveira, 11. Luke Fischbeck, 12. Kauam Pereira, 13. Michelle Mattiuzzi, 14. Manuela Santana, 15. Pablo Cordier, 16. Sarah Rara, 17. Suzane Lopes, 18. Talita Gracille, 19. Vanessa Bittencourt.
March 2014.  Selected artists participating on the spring 2014 artist mobility program, Cambio 14. Partners: Museo Universitario del Chopo and Harmonipan Studio.
Mesa August, 2015 Palacete Das Artes Salvador Bahia, BR
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Juluis WiedemanNovember, 2014 Gran Salón Mexico City
Flotar is a program created with the objective to promote an international dialogue between contemporary sound and visual art forms, as well as to create a link between artists, cultural agents and institutions.  Such actions happen trough artist residencies and other mobility programs disseminating the link between creators, institutions and the public.  At the same time, the program aims to development of critical thinking through academic programs in conjunction with other organizations.
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February 2015.  Third list of selected artist participating on the  fall-winter 2014/2015 artist mobility program.   Partners: Festival NRMAL, Harmonipan Studio. 
1. Edbrass Brasil (Brazil)  Refluxos Sonoros Curatorship: Juci Reis.  Program in conjuction with Secretaria de Cultura Bahia- SECULT, Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Aural Festival, Embajada CCBM: Centro Cultura Brasil México, Programa de Rádio: Resistencia Modulada-Radio UNAM - Playlisto.
Peter Brötzmann edición 2013
Artist ResidenceAugust, 2015 Salvador, Bahia, Brazil 
1. Arthur Campelo (Brazil), Primitivo Ampliado. 2. Isis de Carvalho (Brazil/Portugal), Arte dos Baralhos. 3. Louisa Huber (Brazil/Switzerland), É a cor da Cabocla Jurema.  4. NEGRO LEO/BABY HITLER (Brazil) NRMAL/FLOTAR: Ilhas de Calor: Eduardo Manso, Felipe  Zenícola, Leonardo Campelo , Pedro Azevedo, Renato  Godoy and Thomas Harres
Phone:  +52 1 55 6488 8570 Email: Address: Lina Bo Bardi 23, Parque de los Venados Nepopualco, Morelos, México C.P. 62935
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Mesa Art group exhibition at Palacete das Artes Salvador, Bahia Brazil
Flotar was pleased to present Mesa, the first group exhibition of paintings, prints and medium size sculptures by Leila Da Cruz, Davi Caramelo, Juci Reis, Vanessa Bittencourt,  Mirella Ferreira, Thayane Matos, Felipe Rezende, Francisco Brasil, Mayara Ferreira, Jan Cathalá, Ísis de Carvalho, Arthur Campelo and Adson Gargax.   This exhibition consisted of a group of paintings, prints, photos and small sculptures that were put together as a counterpart for the group's art program in Mexico City in November, 2014. The apparent simplicity of these pieces opposes a greater sophistication in their metaphorical construction and design. The relationship between formal elements as individual pieces in this exhibition suggests that they are put together by an affinity with the surface in which they are exposed.
Cambio is an artistic residence where Flotar and Harmonipan invited 20 artists from Brazil to experience and participate on the residence of Lucky Dragons and exploring new ways to produce, present and promote art . The project aims to expose new perspectives for the creation of experimental exercises and project preparation methodologies within the arts . And produce a series of presentations and discussions on cultural management in the visual and performing arts. Artists and cultural operators involved will have the opportunity to study based on the development of projects related to art and culture, with the intention of creating an exchange mechanisms between the following disciplines : photography, design, performing arts , history, music , dance and multimedia.
Cambio Artist Residency Museo Universitario del Chopo Mexico City, 2014
The residence is taking proposals.  The applicants should send the following not later than 05.30.2016 - A motivation for your participation (up to one page A4) - Documentation of your work (PDF) and/or link to website, blog, vimeo, etc. - Please sedn to:  The results of the selection will be announced by email after July 17th 2016.  There will be provided studio spaces for work, public spaces for public art works and gallery space for exhibition.  Flotar undertakes, food, advertising and creation of the exhibition.  Flotar provides the selected artists with official letter of invitation to support their applications for travel founds.  Paid by the artists are travel, materials and private costs. Note: Artists are free to use their own materials on their choice. Artists are kindly asked to bring specific materials of their own, which are difficult to provide at local stage.