Coletivo Turmalina, from Porto Alegre, is a digital quilombo that works with artistic expressions in the visual and sound field proposed by the perspective of black populations. Understanding cultures with African roots as a tool to affirm the identity of a people, it highlights musicality as a mechanism of social resistance, as a response to the state violence, appropriation and erasure of a history. The main tool of this revolution is music, which, by uniting different forms of production and research, different technologies and narratives of black people, propagates the desire to move dominant structures and suggests the inversion of this creative pyramid. Turmalina also develops social articulations for the production of educational programs and uses public space as a key to access spheres of black culture that are interconnected through daily contact.
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