18 - 19 December
The live streaming runs from 11 pm on Friday, December 18, until 5 am on Saturday. The broadcast will be available until the end of that day.
Lineup (times are approximate)
11pm Vânia Doutel Vaz, ad aeternum
11.45pm Ana Teixeira Pinto, Capitalism with a Transhuman Face
00.30am Jejuno + Sara Graça, Pool u. Pool Original
1.20am Daniel Pizamiglio, PLEASE LOOK AS IF FOR THE FIRST AND LAST TIME
2.05am Rachel Mars, YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS (Middle of the Night Edition)
3am Jorge Jácome, moooooon
3.45am Kenneth Goldsmith, RE:Silience (after John Cage’s “Lecture on Nothing”)
4.30am Ayoub ElAyady, LILA
Ana Teixeira Pinto is a cultural theorist living in Berlin. She is visiting professor of art research and media philosophy at HfD Karlsruhe and theory tutor at the Dutch Art Institute. Her writings have appeared in publications such as ThirdText, Afterall, e-fluxjournal, Inaesthetics, Manifesta Journal, or TextezurKunst. She is the editor of a forth coming book series on the antipolitical turn, to be published by Sternberg Press, and together with Kader Attia and Anselm Franke, she is currently organizing the conference and podcast series The White West, taking place atthe HKW, Berlin.
Ayoub ElAyadi is a young musician from Casablanca, respected for the vibrant and powerful way he plays the guembri.
A musician and sound artist from Lisbon, Mestre André a.k.a. O Morto has worked as a field-recordist, composer and sound designer for film, dance, performance, theatre and videogames.
Daniel Pizamiglio is a Brazilian performer and maker. In Fortaleza he met Portuguese coreographer João Fiadeiro, and moved to Lisbon in 2012, where he now lives and works. He is searching for an encounter between poetry and the body as well as trying to activate the corporality of affection and relationship.
Sara Graça is a visual artist living between Lisbon and London, where she is finishing a Masters in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College. She has presented her work both individually and in collaboration for music and film, in projects where she has developed music videos, stage designs and, who knows, stickers.
Sara Rafael is Jejuno since 2014, when she premiered her work at Galeria Zé dos Bois. She uses this pseudonym (named after a part of the human intestine) to present her solo music work made of “cascades of keyboards whence etereal melodies and underground drones rise”, both live and recorded.
Jorge Jácome is a director who frequently collaborates with performing artists. In his work, made up of drifting narratives, he seeks to investigate the relationship between utopias, melancholy, disappearance and desire.
Kenneth Goldsmith is a poet living and working in New York City and Istria. He is the founding editor of UbuWeb, the internet’s largest free archive for avant-garde art, now in its twenty-fifth year.
Rachel Mars is a performance maker and writer with a background in theatre, live art and comedy. She explores the idiosyncratic cultural and political constructs that inform the way we are together, as people, just trying to figure it all out. Her work wrestles with female, Jewish and Queer identities and their intersections.
Vânia Doutel Vaz a.k.a. Vânia Odete was born 35 years ago, and dance has been a part of her life for the last 30, taking her from Portugal to the Netherlands, and from there to the United States, to develop her practice. She questions her identity in both her personal and professional life.
Vânia Doutel Vaz
By Vânia Doutel Vaz
Performed by Vânia Odete
Filmed and edited by Vânia Doutel Vaz, Sara Morais and Pedro Gancho
Jejuno + Sara Graça
Pool u. Pool Original
Video Sara Graça
PLEASE LOOK AS IF FOR THE FIRST AND LAST TIME
A project by Daniel Pizamiglio
Based on performance-meetings with Julián Pacomio, Tiago Mansilha, Alina Ruiz Folini, Ana Rita Teodoro, Acauã El Bandido, Gisela Casimiro, Paolo Gorgoni, Sílvia Pinto Coelho, Gabriela Giffoni, Telma João Santos, Sónia Baptista, Matheus Martins, Liliana Coutinho, Joana Levi, Jessica Guez, Leonardo Mouramateus, António Alvarenga, Isis Andreatta, Rafaela Cardeal, Carlos Manuel Oliveira, Carolina Campos, Mauro Soares, João Fiadeiro, André e. Teodósio, Felipe Ribeiro, João dos Santos Martins, Fernanda Eugénio, Duarte Bénard da Costa, Alexandre Pereira
Devising, video and sound Daniel Pizamiglio
Editing João Nunes
Initial research supported by (RE=)INICIAÇÃO | Ballet Contemporâneo do Norte
Acknowledgements Miguel Oliva Teles (outside eye), Rogério Nuno Costa (interlocutor), to all those who’ve contributed directly or indirectly to the first stage of this research.
YOUR SEXTS ARE SHIT: OLDER BETTER LETTERS (Middle of the Night Edition)
Written and Performed by Rachel Mars
With Victor Esses, Paula Varjack, Vera Chok and Lesley Ewen
Sound Dinah Mullen
Production Manager and Digital Adaptation Lincoln Campbell
By Jorge Jácome
Cinematography Marta Simões
Sound Shugo Tekina
Music Raw Forest
Supported by Câmara Municipal de Lisboa – Fundo de Emergência Social – Cultura
Gimbri and voice Ayoub ElAyady
Percussion and voice Khalid Boulhamam
Electronics O Morto