FFP21_HD_10-1.jpeg

PRIVATE COLLECTION

PRIVATE COLLECTION: PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

SÉRGIO LEITÃO | PAULO PINTO  | BIBI DÓRIA | ECE CANLI 

FREE ENTRANCE / LIMITED CAPACITY

 

In this cycle of performances, artists are challenged to explore performativity from archival material - personal or not - or from memory problematizing. The result is a set of performative proposals in its expanded values (interdisciplinary, spatial displacements, thematic displacements). As the intimacies and familiarities are problematized, creative possibilities are projected crossing disciplines and borders, reinforcing, within the event-festival, the fine line between the real and the performative. 

18 OUT | 18H30 | COLISEU PORTO AGEAS

КАЛИНА _ おくのほそ道 

SÉRGIO LEITÃO 

Kalyna Oku in Hosomichi [Viburno _ O caminho estreito para o interior profundo]. The memories of two travelers are presented through a correspondence game between different languages and places. Text passages from Kenji Miyazawa, Matsuo Bashō, Stepan Mykolaiovych Charnetskyi, and others. Featuring Darja Shatalova, Dimitri Karpov, Jacopo Gino and Sam Vanoverschelde. 

CREATION AND INTERPRETATION: SÉRGIO LEITÃO ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: DARJA SHATALOVA, DIMITRI KARPOV, JACOPO GINO, KENJI MIYAZAWA, MATSUO BASHŌ, SAM VANOVERSCHELDE, STEPAN MYKOLAIOVYCH CHARNETSKY ARTISTIC ASSISTANCE: BALLETEATRO PHOTOGRAPHY: A. STIEGLITZ

 

BIOGRAFIA

Visual artist. His projects explore connections between multiple fields of study, articulating images, sounds and objects within the conception of a singular poetic imaginary. By combining the produced and collected elements, directed to a place of intersection between different narratives, his works aim to create spaces in which borders between reality and fiction dissolve. They’ve been frequently materialized into contextual installations that cross the languages of painting, sculpture and video. And autonomous pieces in various supports, interventions in public spaces and performances.

18 OUT / OCT - 21H00 - MAUS HABITOS – 30’

PALHA ENCANTADA: ALEGORIA DE UM ESPÍRITO ESQUECIDO

PAULO PINTO 

In the throbbing of an ancestral memory, the performer seeks emotional references in the real/fictitious creative transit that proposes a work clothing from northern Portugal. The straw material, present in various ordinary/ numerous rituals of knowledge/doing, in diverse cultures, is used as a device of discoveries shooted by the artist’s body, which by the deviations of survival had to abandon dance as a vocation. Spirits of Amerindian and AfricanAmerican people inspire the awakening of a triad of enchanted to sew with the Lusitanian robe, awakening it from what was intended for it: the work that dismays the feast. Between the dance forgotten by a spirit and a forgotten body of the dance the straw flies. 

 

CREATION AND INTERPRETATION: PAULO PINTO ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: CAMPUS PAULO CUNHA E SILVA ARTISTIC ASSISTANCE: SÔNIA SOBRAL, WURA MORAES, DORI NIGRO PHOTOGRAPHY: JOSÉ CALDEIRA

 

BIOGRAFIA
Paulo Pinto – Brazil/Portugal. Performer/Multiartist, Poet, Art Educator, Art therapist, Psychologist, Teacher. He is a postdoctoral student in Contemporary Art, College of Arts, University of Coimbra; PhD in Artistic Education, FBAUP; Master/Bachelor/Bachelor of Psychology; Specialist in Theatrical Representation, and Art therapy/ Body Approaches; Graduated in Fine Arts; Graduated in Theater. He has interests in the field of Performance/Crossings, Poetic Writing, Self/Photo/Biography, Memory, Ancestry, Popular Culture, Dissenting Bodies, Loss/Mourning, Mental Health. Collaborator on several platforms: Symptom; Association of Teachers of Expression and Visual Communication, APECV; C3, Educational and Artistic Resistance Cell; Laboratory of Creativity and Mental Health, LACRIAS; Tuia De Artifice Collective. Last projects- Gardening, Exprint Viva Brasil, University of Coimbra, 2022; PIN DOR AMA: First Lesson (Technical Residency 2021, Campus Paulo Campus e Silva; Maia Biennial, 2021; Museum as Performance 2020, Serralves); Santa Barba (Pinga Amor, 2020; Big Gay Heart, Mira Space, 2019; Casa da Horta, 2019; Casa Bô, 2019; Convent of Santa Clara, 2018); Promises (Mostra de Aciones Performáticas 4X4, Museu de Jaén, 2019; Videolab Festival, 2018; “Fantasmas”, Casa de Saberes Cego Aderaldo, Quixadá, Ceará, Brazil, 2018; Leaks and Interferences, Museo Eugenio Granell, 2016; Penafiel Museum, 2016; Serralves em Festa 2015); Abati-Uauapé (Serralves em Festa 2017); Alva Escura (Quinta da Lágrimas, 2018; Serralves em Festa 2016; Soares dos Reis Museum, 2016; Miscellaneous Materials, 2016); Room 28 (Motel Coimbra, College of Arts, 2016; Direction(s), Maia Forum, 2014); Asseitas (Saco Azul, Maus Hábitos, 2016). Atelier Open, 2017- 2019, College of Arts. Scholarship/Research Foundation Carolina, Spain, 2016; CNPq, Brazil/ Portugal, 2013-2018. Awards: LABPe 2021, Santa Barba; Artistic Residency Campus Paulo Cunha e Silva 2021, Palha Encantada; Técnica Campus Residence Paulo Cunha e Silva 2021, PIN DOR AMA: Primeira Lição. @pauloemiliokalabaza

12 OUT | 22H00 | PASSOS MANUEL

COPACABANA MON AMOUR 

BIBI DÓRIA 

Copacabana Mon Amour é uma performance de memorização e relato de um filme de ficção do começo ao fim. O filme, que leva o mesmo nome do trabalho, Copacabana Mon Amour foi dirigido por Rogerio Sganzerla e filmado no Rio de Janeiro em 1970. Copacabana Mon Amour não foi lançado comercialmente devido à censura imposta pela ditadura militar. Seus negativos originais foram restaurados em 2013 após avançado estágio de deterioração e, atualmente, sua cópia de preservação encontra-se na Cinemateca Brasileira, que foi recentemente incendiada. Situado no cruzamento entre a performance e o cinema, Copacabana Mon Amour parte da premissa de que um filme contado é muito diferente de um filme assistido. 

CREATION AND INTERPRETATION: BIBI DÓRIA ASSISTÊNCIA DRAMATURGICAL ASSISTANCE: GABRIELA GIFFONI ARTISTIC COLLABORATION: BRUNO MORENO FOTOGRAFIA / PHOTOGRAPHY: ANA BRIGIDAH CREATION SUPPORT: INTERFERÊNCIAS, COMPANHIA OLGA RORIZ E LINHA DE FUGA 

BIOGRAFIA 
Bibi Dória (Campo Grande, 1995) graduated in Dance from UNICAMP. She works at the intersection of dance, performance and cinema. She made her first solo work É Puro Glacê (2019) within the context of PACAP (Advanced Program for Creation in Performing Arts) at the Forum Dança (Lisbon, PT), premiered at Espaço da Penha (PT), presented at CDCN – La Place de la Danse (FR), ), Festival Cartografias #2 (PT) and Festival Planalto (PT). Bibi Dória is co-creator and performer of LA BURLA (2022) directed by Bruno Brandolino (UY) with space and light design by Leticia Skrycky (UY). In 2020 she was awarded the Residência em Dança do MIS – SP (Museu da Imagem e do Som with the creation of the video “o que conto por carta” exhibited at the Parada de Cinema de Teresina (BR) and Plataforma Minima (CHL). In 2021 she participated in the program Interferences (PT) at Palácio Pancas Palha, where she developed the project nome de filme deepening her research around imagination and memory. Bibi Dória is currently living in Lisbon, where she collaborates with Gustavo Ciríaco as a performer in the plays Vastidão (2022), Paisagem em Linha (2021) and follows the creation of the play Miquelina e Miguel by Miguel Pereira with its debut in July at the Teatro do Bairro Alto (PT).

12 OUT | 22H00 | PASSOS MANUEL

OUBLIETTE 

ECE CANLI 

Oubliette is a performance event, a time warp taking place in the underground of an unfamiliar environment. The spectators’ bodies are immured in this unearthly, murky and viscous setting within a total memory lapse, incognizant of the context and the motives of their captivity. As the nuisance grows, the performer’s bodyvoice, amplified by the sonic activation of the space, unfolds the metanarrative by stimulating a retrospective, introspective and oneiric remembrance in the times and places of oblivion. 

CRIAÇÃO E INTERPRETAÇÃO / CREATION AND INTERPRETATION: ECE CANLI 

BIOGRAFIA 

Ece Canlı is a musician, artist and researcher, holding a Ph.D. in Design from University of Porto. Her work sits at the intersection of body politics, counterfactual narratives, extralinguistic expressions, myths and extended vocal techniques. Her tools of investigation include voice, sound, performance, text and artefacts. She has collaborated with various artists, musicians and academics internationally and produced texts and sounds for performances, exhibitions and videos. She is currently a researcher at CECS (The Communication and Society Research Centre) at University of Minho. In November 2020, she released her solo debut album VOX FLORA, VOX FAUNA and continues to create for staged performances both in collaborations (e.g. COBRACORAL, NOOITO, Live Low) and as a soloist.