Lives and works in Porto. Professor at the Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto. In recent years she has presented solo exhibitions J. e as Pedras (Espaço Mira, Porto), ИOIT (Galeria Fernando Santos, Porto) and Répétition (Círculo de Artes Plásticas de Coimbra) and participated in the collective exhibitions Lugares de viagem – Bienal da Maia 2015, Homeless Monalisa (Colégio das Artes, Coimbra), Diálogo (Galeria Fernando Santos, Porto), Uma (Painel – galeria da FBAUP, Porto), P.- uma homenagem a Paulo Cunha e Silva, por extenso (Galeria Municipal do Porto). In 2015 she also performed the set design for Lastro by choreographer Né Barros and participated as an interpreter in the film A Santa Joana dos Matadouros by João Sousa Cardoso. In 2016 she presented the performance ...de qualquer modo há um ritmo forte...e tu sabes o que é. Não dá para parar (Maus Hábitos, Porto). In 2017 she participated in the exhibition Them or Us. Um projeto de ficção científica, social e política, curated by Paulo Mendes, Galeria Municipal do Porto, Jardins do Palácio de Cristal, Porto. She performed Password in Susana Chiocca's project E agora...?, Performance Night, Maus Hábitos in Porto and Bombe à retardement (before), Twin Girls and Wild Boys, Galeria Municipal do Porto. She participated in the exhibition Variação nº2, Exhibition / Composition curated by Luís Nunes / Luís Albuquerque, Galeria Vertical Siloauto, Porto. In 2018 she joined the exhibition Ver as vozes dos artistas, curated by Miguel von Hafe Pérez, Saco Azul, Maus Hábitos, Metro do Porto. She participated in the direction of No dia seguinte está o agora, a commemorative exhibition of the 60th anniversary of the Circulo de Artes Plásticas de Coimbra. Between 2016 and 2019, she integrates the project Arte Pública with FAHR and Gonçalo Ribeiro in the northeast of the Trás-os-Montes, municipality of Mogadouro, at the invitation of the EDP Foundation. In 2019 she participated in the exhibition A metade do céu, a project by Pedro Cabrita Reis, Museu Arpad Szenes - Vieira da Silva, Lisbon.
Jaimie Baron is an Associate Professor of Film Studies at the University of Alberta. Her work on documentary and experimental film and video, audiovisual appropriation, and digital media has been published in The Velvet Light Trap, Discourse, Spectator, Eludamos, Maska, FRAMES, Framework, Projections, and anthologies including Global Visual Cultures, Sampling Media, and Contemporary Documentary. She is also a co-founder of Docalogue, an online space for scholars and filmmakers to engage in conversations about contemporary documentary, soon to also be a book series published by Routledge Press.
Filipe Martins is film director, professor at the School of Media Arts and Design (ESMAD, Porto, Portugal) and researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Porto, in the Research Group Aesthetics, Policy and Knowledge. His filmography includes films in the genres of fiction, documentary and videodance, selected and awarded in several international film festivals. Codirector and programmer of the Family Film Project - International Film Festival, which takes place annually in Oporto since 2012. PhD in Social Semiotics (UM), master’s degree in Contemporary Culture (UNL) and degree in Art and Communication (ESAP). Wrote and edited several books. His PhD thesis, entitled "Sentido Narrativo” (Narrative Sense), is published by Afrontamento (2016). He currently coordinates the Master´s degree in Audiovisual Communication at ESMAD.