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Bastos UFSC , rafael cfh. Quadrimestral ISSN 1. CDD : iv vibrant v. Silva orgs. The movement offers important insights for an anthropology of cities by highlighting the materiality of mobility and spatiality, understood here as a set of social and cultural practices that involve the existential knowledge, social networking, and local community empowerment gained from mobility between predominantly peripheral neighborhoods and urban labor centers.
We examine how saraus contribute to the construction of a new imaginary of the city and public space occupied by the socially excluded and racialized peripheries. We provide an analytical and empirical contribution to city production and urban theory, and demonstrate that mobility and the encounter are not simply temporary extraneous interactions, but rather experiences constitutive of social knowledge.
In the following discussion of saraus1 — open mic events — we demonstrate that poetics of the performers reveals an insight into the materiality of mobility. Sarau performers use the everydayness of urban mobility as a rhetorical resource. Movement is momentarily captured in things like alleyways, bridges and public sewers that function as city rivers.
This poetic transformation and performative deployment is important because it demonstrates the geographic force of mobility. Our argument is that saraus contribute to a city-making in this respect and thus support the idea of Lefebvre, Agier and other scholars that the city is not an a priori given entity but rather a dynamic result of sociocultural production.