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18 - 21 November
Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha

Altamira 2042

ALKANTARA Festival
Dance
Alkantara Festival

18 - 21 November

18, 19 and 20 november
thursaday, friday and saturday 7.30pm

In Portuguese with English subtitles
Subtitling for deaf people

20 november 7.30pm
Session with audiodescription

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Dance
Alkantara Festival
Price 12€
< 25 anos 5€

Stage of the Main Auditorium
Length 90min

Age restriction:

M/16

Conception Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha
Direction Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha, Xingu River
Research supervision and artistic interlocution Cibele Forjaz Dinah de Oliveira, Sonia Sobral
Assistant Director João Marcelo Iglesias
Direction assistance Clara Mor, Jimmy Wong
With texts by Raimunda Gomes da Silva, João Pereira da Silva, Povos indígenas Araweté e Juruna, Bel Juruna, Eliane Brum, Antonia Mello, Mc Rodrigo – Poeta Marginal, Mc Fernando, Thais Santi, Thais Mantovanelli, Marcelo Salazar, Lariza
Video editing João Marcelo Iglesias, Rafael Frazão, Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha
Textual montage Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha, João Marcelo Iglesias
Sound design Felipe Storino, Bruno Carneiro
Costumes Carla Ferraz
Lighting Cybele Forjaz
Conception of the installation Carla Ferraz, Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha
Production of the installation Carla Ferraz, Cabeção, Ciro Schou
Technology, Programming, Automation Bruno Carneiro, Computadores Fazem Arte
Multimedia creation Rafael Frazão, Bruno Carneiro
Bodywork Paulo Mantuano, Mafalda Pequenino
Images Eryk Rocha, Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha, João Marcelo Iglesias, Clara Mor, Cibele Forjaz
Research Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha, João Marcelo Iglesias, Cibele Forjaz, Clara Mor, Dinah de Oliveira, Eliane Brum, Sonia Sobral, Mafalda Pequenino, Eryk Rocha
Production Management Gabriela Gonçalves
Production Corpo Rastreado, Aruac Filmes
Co-production Corpo Rastreado, MITsp – São Paulo International Theater Show
Photographs Nereus Jr.

Altamira 2042 is a performative installation dealing with the impact of the Belo Monte dam on the Xingu River ecosystem in Altamira, Brazil. Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha creates a technological ritual for the many voices of the Xingu River: the Araweté and Juruna people who live on its banks, lawyers and environmentalists, rappers and artists, the forest and its animals, the river itself.

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