CO-PRODUCTION Cine-Teatro Louletano / Fri 25 OCT 21h30 Post-performance talk with the artists PERFORMANCE / 60 min / M6 / 5€ - BUY
From the collection of rapports and landscape descriptions kept only in the memories of elders, and imaginary landscapes drawn by children, Entre Cães e Lobos, a show in the dark, gathers the encounter of the memory of those departing with the imagination of those arriving, in a kinaesthetic plonge into the landscape experience of men and women in extreme places of their biographies.
Between the beginning and the end, between prologue and epilogue, what kind of world sheltered us, what world will we leave to the ones coming after us? What world were our imaginations able to build? What testimonies fade away with the mere vanishing of those who are gone?
Third chapter of the trilogy Gentileza de um gigante, around the relationship between Men and Nature, inspired in Rachel Carlson’s Silent Spring.
Direction and Conception: Gustavo Ciríaco (Brasil)
Performance and Collaboration: Daniel Pizamiglio and Julia Salem (Brasil)
Guest Collaboration: Gaeil Olsen and Ignacio Aldunate (Chile)
Collaborators Lab Arts and Technology – SESC Av. Paulista: Ana Maria Klein, André Freitas, Carolina Canteli Rodrigues, Márcio Vasconcelos, Mariana Rotili e Paulo Carpino
Set Design: Sara Vieira Marques
Costumes: Sara Zita Correia
Dramaturgical Support: Joana Levi
Light Design: Tomás Ribas
Sound Design: João Bento
Photography: Joana Duarte, Vítor Barão, Isabel Ortiz
Tour and Financial Administration: Missanga Antunes / Efémera
Production Portugal: Sinara Suzin
Production Brazil: Carolina Goulart
Communication Direction: António Pedro Lopes
Co-Production: casaBranca AC – Festival Verão Azul / Cine-Teatro Louletano, 23 Milhas – Ílhavo, Atos de Fala, Centro de Creación y Residencia – NAVE, SESC SP
Residencies: casaBranca AC – Festival Verão Azul / Cine-Teatro Louletano, Festival Materiais Diversos, NAVE, SESC Avenida Paulista, Espaço do Tempo, 23 Milhas-Ílhavo, SESC Avenida Paulista
Project contemplated by FUNARTE in the IBERESCENA Program, with Ibero-American funds as aid to co-production.
Supported by DGARTES – Direcção Geral das Artes in its international tour in Santiago, Montevideo and Rio de Janeiro, In 2019.
Gustavo Ciríaco is an artist and choreographer born in Rio and based in Lisbon. His work converges elements from diverse fields, such as performing arts, landscaping, architecture and visual arts, where the materiality of the context, its sensible sharing and fiction dialogue in interaction with the audience’s presence.
His works have been shown internationally in theatres, festivals, museums and art centres in Europe, South, North and Central Americas, Asia and Middle-East.
In Portugal his work has been present in Museu Colecção Berardo, Culturgest, Teatro Maria Matos, Alkantara Festival, TNDM II, Museu Fundação Serralves, Maus Hábitos, Walk&Talk Azores, Verão Azul, ZDB and Festival Temps d’Images, among others.