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LEITE, Adriane do Socorro Costa  and  MACIEL, Marly Lobato. Mental health and routes in the city: art as deinstitutionalization resource and production health. Cad. Bras. Saúde Ment. [online]. 2016, vol.8, n.20, pp. 142-156. ISSN 1984-2147.

This research sunrise monitoring of artistic experiences in territorial context. Seeks to understand how art acts as deinstitutionalization feature, talking with health production practices. Epistemology employed for its construction was qualitative, based on the phenomenological concept. Data collection was performed at the Center for Psychosocial Care Grão Pará and Psychosocial Care Center Amazônia, both in Belém. The survey was conducted with 6 members, 3 of the Psychosocial Care Center Grão Pará and 3 of Amazonia Psychosocial Care Center, participating groups focused on artistic activities in public spaces. Data collection was performed using a semistructured interview, containing 10 questions. Data analysis was done in a qualitative way through Discourse Analysis, trying to understand the subjectivity of each individual within the proposed process. In this way, it was built three categories of analysis, relating the speeches of the research subjects to the theoretical foundation. The first category refers to the perception of the subjects regarding artistic experiences in the territory and how, through this, they managed to envision new ways of being in the world. The second category seeks think the production of health by the use of artistic experiences. The third category discusses the social bonds formation processes, and the community and the territory as a production locus. From the results, it is understood that art is a powerful institutionalization of resource, health care production and autonomy

Keywords : Art; Deinstitutionalization; Health Products; Territory.

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