ARRIMO - POR UMA CACOFONIA DA BELEZA
com a participação especial de Mundo Segundo, Mareantes do Rio Douro e da Tuna Musical de Santa Marinha
Dança e comunidade
Uma encomenda do FIGaia, Arrimo — Por uma cacofonia da beleza é um projeto participativo que envolveu vários grupos locais, artistas profissionais e não profissionais. Pensado para todos os públicos, Arrimo parte da ideia de um muro de suporte, um muro que une várias comunidades e dissipa fronteiras. Com as colaborações especiais de figuras, grupos e coletividades icónicas de Gaia, este é um espetáculo multifacetado que funde vários mundos da dança e da música com o objetivo de exaltar as ideias de comunidade e colaboração.
Este espetáculo é uma produção de Esquiva - Companhia de Dança.
DATA: QUARTA-FEIRA, 11 DE SETEMBRO
LOCAL: AUDITÓRIO MUNICIPAL DE GAIA
PÚBLICO: M/6 ANOS
Residency for Trans
New creation in collaboration with Mariana Amorim at FACE - Fórum de Arte e Cultura de Espinho and A22 - Armazém 22, Gaia, Portugal
FACE - 6 - 14 July 2019
A22 - 15 - 26 July 2019
A terra vai vestindo roupas pretas// places of comfort III
DDD OUT PUBLIC SPACES
A terra vai vestindo roupas pretas pretends to reflect on the actual state of society. Rampant changes that seem to be a regress are emerging. Changes that should’ve had occurred are eternally postponed. Is today’s (2019) comfortable place centred in the search for the collective? In the sense of the collective?
FRI 3 MAY 18.00
CONVENTO CORPUS CHRISTI _ GAIA
27th,28th, 29th, 30th of September in Vila Nova de Gaia
In collaboration with Isabel Costa, Eduarda Andresen, Cláudia Eiras, Flávio Rodrigues, AP, Miguel Ramos, Carlos Raposo, Domingos Alves, and seven women from the Tuna Musical de Santa Marinha
Speeches in Curtas de Dança A22 DDD Festival - Video Installation Version
1st of May 7pm and 22pm
Rua de Guilherme Braga, 22
4400-174 Vila Nova de Gaia
“When I was a kid I wondered if the people that work on TV would walk through the electricity cable until the magic box to entertain us. I wondered also if I would switched it off, maybe they could get trapped inside. It seemed to me quite an evil Idea, until the moment I started to perceive their gestures and words in a different way. Maybe now I think it would no longer be an evil thing to do.” Mariana Amorim
nun is showing the performance-installation Speeches, developed by the choreographer Mariana Amorim in collaboration with the music composer Tom Holman-Sheard.
This performance was developed in 2016 during the Portuguese presidential election. The artists analyzed the 10 candidates’ speeches featured on TV during the campaign. They focused on the specificity of their gestures, the sound and meanings of key words such as democracy, people, unemployment, emigration, European Union or refugees, as well as their different concepts according to their varying political agendas. Speeches performs a paralanguage by appropriating, reproducing and repeating this material infinitely until new forms of perception arise.