13 - 17 November
13, 14, 16 and 17 november
saturday and sunday
3pm, 4.30pm, 6.30pm, 8pm
tuesday and wednesday
5pm, 6.30pm, 8.30pm, 10pm
In English without subtitles
2 sessions with Portuguese Sign Language on November 13th 6.30PM and November 16th 8.30PM
If you wish to purchase a ticket for one of these sessions, please reach out to us through e-mail email@example.com
Written and performed by Clara Amaral
Concept by Clara Amaral in dialogue with Karoline Swiezynski
Graphic design and co-edition Karoline Swiezynski, Ronja Andersen
Conceptualization of objects Olga Micinska in dialogue with Clara Amaral
Construction of objects Olga Micinska
Editor Kunstverein Amsterdam
Support for the production of the book Mondriaan Funds
Co-production Veem House for Performance, Alkantara, Teatro do Bairro Alto
Residences Workspacebrussels , Veem House for Performance, Circular
Clara Amaral is supported by the Kunstenaar Start stipend, Mondriaan Funds (2021–2022)
Image The Book Photographer
Clara Amaral graduated from her MA at the Dutch Art Institute (DAI) in October 2020 and from the SNDO in 2013. In 2014 she was recipient of Dance Web scholarship in Vienna. Her past work Do you remember that time we were together and danced this or that dance? premiered in Julidans in 2017. This work was also presented in December 2017 in Veem House for Performance and in March 2018 in Something Raw in Frascati, Amsterdam. This work was also be presented at the Festival Temps D’Images in November 2018, in Lisbon and Festival Circular in Vila do Conde. In November 2018 she premiered In our eyes, a cascade, at the Bâtard Festival in Brussels and was also presented at the Veem House for Performance in Amsterdam and the Far° Festival in Nyon, Switzerland.
In November 2017, Clara Amaral contributed for The Publication by Galerie International with a talk addressing The Making-of of Do you remember that time we were together and danced this or that dance?
Her texts have been published in Theaterkrant- The Permeable Stage, a performative conference by Mette Ingvartsen and in Contemporary cruising- About Space Walk from Michele Rizzo with Emma Daniel & Valerio Sirna. As a performer she collaborated with Ivana Muller, Oneka von Schrader, Margaret Haines and Becket Mingwen.