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Natacha Orestes aka #ProjetoHisteria is a lesbian mother artist who mixes her communication skills as a copywriter/creative planner/social media analyst and also her self-taught DJ abilities with the purpose of creating global awareness to the resistance of females in Latin America through art and technologies.
Her goals as a Brazilian activist is to withdraw a law (12.318/2010) based on Gardner’s pedophile theories and to abolish child marriage in Brazil.
In Brazil, official data clearly shows that the most dangerous place for a child is their home. More than 50% of reported rapes are against children, 80% of these children are abused in their houses and 50% by fathers/fathers in law. The other 50% are raped by other male family members.
Produced by Meira Asher for Radioart106.
IG:
@natacha_o
@sominasemusic
@brasilcontrasap
@fimdocasamentoinfantil
@mulherartistaresista
Meira Asher’s bio:

Graduate of the California Institute of the Arts (BFA, percussion) and the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (MA, Sonology), the research areas of composer- performer and HR activist Meira Asher include Social Documentary and the Amplification of the Human Body.

When living in The Netherlands she was co-founder of the bodylab art foundation in The Hague (2001-2011). Currently she is a lecturer at Haifa University’s Art School, and curator-presenter of the independent Radio Art program radioart106 since 2014.
Her recent works include “from the Red Sea to the Dead Sea - a Soundscape of an Occupation” for KUNSTRADIO (Vienna) and a 2LP album and performance of Antonin Artaud’s radio play “To Have Done with the Judgement of God” (1947).