“Ondas da Terra” represents solitude, cyclicality and renewal. A single body, which moves through space without motivation or purpose, in repetitive incoherent cycles and without awareness of how disintegrated it is. The play seeks to reflect the state of inertia in which, consciously or unconsciously, we allow ourselves to be positioned; the deprivation of choice, position or direction that leads to similar outcomes in unequal situations. Is free will real?
Choreography and performance: Vanessa Vieira da Cunha Sound Design: Tushar Das Image: Luís Pedro Ferreira Support and monitoring of creation: Heleen Volman - DansBrabant, Marc van Loon - FHK Dans External look: Katti Rocha and Etienne Tribu Support for artistic residency: Play Practice Artists Residency
"As with everything I believe I know, I had to learn to look at the things around me on my own.", in O movimento das coisas, talvez... by José-Manuel Xavier We were interrupted by these words, overwhelmed by this need to look, on us and on you. How do I behave under your scrutiny? How do I see what I can't? How do I make you feel the way I do?
Artistic direction: Andreia Alpuim and Andreia Marinho Creation and performers: Andreia Alpuim and Joana Cunha Pinto Musical direction and music: João Carlos Pinto Costumes: Andreia Marinho and Andreia Alpuim Production: Andreia Marinho Photography: Joaquim Leal Support: Escola Superior de Dança and Estúdios Vítor Córdon
Rubble King introduces a body that tracks archetypes. An entity inside a sandbox, a place of unlimited information, an excessively productive circuit looking for assimilable models. This universal body is viral, an unfiltered circuit, randomly interrupted by self-satisfaction. Glimpses of real movement structures are present as if they were a second skin, the intelligent artificial one. Change, change, change, evolution through immersive ambiguity, a rational ridicule.
Choreographer and Artistic Director: Duarte Valadares Co-creator: André Cabral Performer: Marco da Silva Ferreira Musical Composer: Olli Lautiola Costume Designer: Pawel Androsiuk Visual Artist: Oscar Cassamajor
WHAT THE FU**, a common word but infinite unique ways to live it. Queer woman, mover, human and artist. How do I deal with it ? A quest for metamorphosis. Noise as noise, as a reaction, as an expression, as an urgent scream and speech, as a way to fight. It’s an invitation to dive inside and outside through the evocation of images, sounds and a variety of memories. Through a full-live dancing sensitive-messy journey where travelling may be a way to escape, to open a dialogue and a support space. Let’s emerge within a shared experience of body-minds live-bridge that we build by our own commitment and breathing.
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