The film "Living Art" is an aesthetic ethnography of contemporary arts in Maputo, Mozambique. The protagonists of the film are seven young contemporary artists who work in the areas of dance, painting, sculpting, music and graffiti. The film establishes a sensorial dialogue between the artist and his/her art, giving the audience space to experience the sounds and environments, the colors and movements of the intimate moment that is artistic creation. The sensorial experience is enriched by analytical moments that explore a new understanding of the connection between the different practices. Divided into three chapters, the film accompanies the artists from their preparation until finalizing and presenting their works.
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