Floriana Breyer is an artist and her poetic research is related to Environmental, Relational and Contextual Art, directly involved with the territory, its contexts and inhabitants. Graduated in Fine Arts and Design for Sustainability from the international GAIA Education program in 2008, where she met GEN. Participated in Transitions Towns and GEN Ambassador and Art of Hosting training. She is a facilitator and trainer of the Dragon Dreaming design methodology for collaborative projects.
Currently living between Brazil and Argentina connecting the two countries by the route of the Atlantic Ocean, in a Itinerant project "Povos Azuis" a motorhome equipped with activities and proposals of environmental awareness and artistic expression with focus on Water and support the construction of collaborative networks and sustainable communities .
Floriana has worked extensively in the development and implementation of socio-cultural and environmental projects often related to traditional communities. Articulating and developing social technologies and interactive devices that combine art, body expression and collective dynamics in order to promote pedagogical and playful processes that help in sensitization processes, reflection and assimilation of contents in collective processes. It has sought to bring to its facilitation processes playful dynamics and proposals of integration between body and mind (Chi Kung, Contact Improvisation, Tai Massage and AguaHara), promoting spaces of self-knowledge, interaction and relaxation in the processes.
She is the author of the children's book "Fiorela Verdi: green child warrior manual edited in 2013 by LEYA, an interactive book that brings current challenges, permaculture and ecology in a fiction. It was Palestrande from TED SP in 2016, with the lecture "Restorative Circles". Floriana also includes in its course the design of networks, festivals and forums dedicated to the mapping, articulation and strengthening of networks. She is co-founder of Aliança Rio Doce, a network of support to the biggest socio-economic disaster in Brazil caused by mining. She is a collaborator and member of the NGO Proscience (SP), the NGO Organismo (BA) and the social company Aoka Labs.
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Primary interests: Social (Diversity & Cohesion, Leadership & Governance); Culture (Art & Celebration, Nature Connection); Ecology (Ecosystem Restoration, Water Cycles)