What is out there? How many people, flowers, how many animals, how many worlds? And what is there inside? How many thoughts, emotions, sensations? Nowadays, the separation between "inside" and "outside" has become very clear and restricted. However, are we able to look outside and understand all the "insides" that exist beyond us? What do I think of the world and what do I think of myself? How do I influence the world and let myself be influenced by it? Are we connected? If we lived only inside, what would be left for us? And if we were only outside, what would be left of us?
Artistic direction, choreography and interpretation: Joana Cunha Pinto, João Almeida, Susana Vilar Musical composition: Joana Cunha Pinto Photography and video Catarina Feio, Flávia Costa, Gabriel Monteiro Production: João Almeida, Maria João Sá - DCTR Cultural Association Support: 23 milhas, AgitLab, Quartel das Artes with the collaboration of Planeta Tangerina publishing house A project financed by Direção Regional da Cultura do Centro
If the image is the language of time, the word is the language of space. How does a set of biographical landscapes help us think about a universal affective geography? Resulting from a process of collecting and studying family archives, this object is developed around a photographic sequence starring a self-fictionalised female subject, in an exercise that elects the singular as a favourite place for thinking about plural dynamics of immanence and transcendence, consciousness and action. In a reflection on the image-type and the subject-object logics that the portrait offers, this project is constituted as the first materialization of what is a prolonged research on the relationship between the one who sees and the one who is seen.
Creation and performance: Beatriz Gaspar Based on a visual essay by Beatriz Gaspar and excerpts from Apresentação do Rosto, by Herberto Hélder Scenic space: Beatriz Santos, Fernandes de Pinho Sound design: João Hasselberg Light: Pedro Guimarães Support: Largo Residências, Polo Cultural Gaivotas | Boavista, Espaço Casa Cheia, Cossoul Acknowledgements: Sabrina D. Marques, Matilde Calado
Call Me Three Times is a play that navigates between fragments of oneiric states and realities of desire. It is an exploration of possible fantasies and their limits. Once a fantasy is located and formulated, what are the consequences of making those dreams tangible? Through segments articulated with live video projection, pre-recorded video and live action, the author invites the audience to explore the multiple facets of their own questioning and vulnerabilities and their falsification. This work was developed in the context of PACAP 5 - Advanced Programme of Creation in Performing Arts curated by João Fiadeiro in collaboration with Márcia Lança, Carolina Campos and Daniel Pizamiglio.
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