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Ana Jotta, Cyriaque Villemaux & João dos Santos Martins

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November
AUTHOR(S)
  • Ana Jotta
  • Cyriaque Villemaux
  • João dos Santos Martins
SHOW
  • 17th e 18th of November
  • 5.30 pm e 8.00 pm
DURATION
  • 60’ (aprox.)
TICKETS
  • Normal: 8,00€
  • Discounted: 5,00€
  • (over 65, under 30 and professional artists/performers)
  • Partners: 4,00€
  • (Sociedade ordem e progresso partners)
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Synopsis

Ana Jotta

ANA JOTTA, Lisbon, 1946.
Ana was born in Lisbon, where she lives and works. She attended the Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon, and then entered (1965-68) the École de Arts Visuels et d´Architecture de l´Abbaye de la Cambre, in Brussels. She collaborated as an actress and set designer (1976-79) with Produções Teatrais (University Theater, Lisbon). Since the early 90s, she has been a regular presence in innumerable collective shows, at art fairs and international biennales. In 2005, the retrospective “Rua Ana Jotta” Serralves, Porto and in 2014, the anthology A Conclusão da Precedente, Culturgest, Lisbon. She was awarded the EDP/Art Grand Prize, 2013. Her work is included in several public and private collections at such entities as the EDP Foundation, the Modern Art Center of the Gulbenkian Foundation, the ARCO Foundation, the Luso-American Foundation and the Serralves Foundation. Ana Jotta has been building, since the early 80s, a body of work made of a sequence of ruptures and erasures: the erasure of her own previous steps of the ideologies of modernism, of the myths of post-modernism, of the very notion of authorship that she deconstructs just as quickly as she reconstitutes. Thus, she has been dismantling the notion of a “unique” or “coherent style”. Her work, extremely singular, can be associated with the Dadaist heritage or to the conceptual paths of the 60s and 70s. Drawing from a great variety of technical and formal solutions, she freely utilizes drawing, painting, assemblage, sculpture, embroidery, and the written word or daily objects, turning inconstancy into a rule, the alck of style into a style, emphasizing the importance of the making and its inextricable connection to the concept.

Cyriaque Villemaux

Cyriaque Villemaux, Offenburg, 1988. Studied contemporary dance at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris. In 2012, he graduated from P.A.R.T.S in Brussels. His collaborations FR/PT and G#$*&!/Disagreement/How to dance things with doing were integrated in events such as the Festival d'Automne de Paris (2012) and Tanz im August (2012). Cyriaque Villemaux worked with Noé Soulier (Little perceptions), Xavier Le Roy (Rétrospective) at the Centre Pompidou and with Pierre Leguillon (La grande évasion, 2015) at the Centre Nacional de la Danse. In 2013, he collaborated with Julie Kowalczyk on the project Carte, a children´s book at the Musée de la Danse, CCN de Rennes. An earlier version of this biography mentioned his interest in translation. This interest materialized for the launch of the book Rétrospective par Xavier Le Roy, for which he translated the interviews between Xavier Le Roy and Bojana Cvejic into French (2013). Cyriaque Villemaux was resident artist at the Akademie Schloss Solitude between 2014 and 2015, where he produced The Stuttgart Pieces and Covers in collaboration with Néstor Garcia Díaz and Boglarka Borcsok. In 2016, he was a resident at the School of Fine Arts of Châteauroux where he created the performance Châteauroux and other crime scenes. He showed, in the same city, the performance Integração co-created with Polina Akhmetzyanova in 2018 at the Equinoxe theater.

João dos Santos Martins

JOÃO DOS SANTOS MARTINS, Santarém, 1989. Studied dance and choreography. His work is distributed among multiple collaborations, not only in choreography, expressly in pieces such as Le Sacre du Printemps (2013) with Min Kyoung Lee, Autointitulado (2015) with Cyriaque Villemaux and Antropocenas (2017) with Rita Natálio, but also in dance, with Xavier Le Roy, Eszter Salamon and Ana Rita Teodoro. In 2017, he commissions the series Nova—Velha Dança, in Santarém, where he continues his research on discursive traces of the history of dance, within a program of exhibitions, conversations, workshops and shows, where he develops, together with Ana Bigotte Vieira, a project of collective mapping of dance as an artistic practice in Portugal, Para Uma Timeline a Haver. He is currently a “resident artist” at the Circular Cultural Association and manages the Parasita Association (founded in 2014). His piece Projecto Continuado (2015) won the Autores SPA Award in 2016.
17th
November
Cinema
Onde Está o Casaco ?
Ana Jotta, Cyriaque Villemaux & João dos Santos Martins
5.30 pm, Sociedade Musical Ordem e Progresso
Normal Ticket: 8,00€; Discounted Ticket: 5,00€; Partners: 4,00€
17th
November
Cinema
Onde Está o Casaco ?
Ana Jotta, Cyriaque Villemaux & João dos Santos Martins
8.00 pm, Sociedade Musical Ordem e Progresso
Normal Ticket: 8,00€; Discounted Ticket: 5,00€; Partners: 4,00€
18
November
Cinema
Onde Está o Casaco ?
Ana Jotta, Cyriaque Villemaux & João dos Santos Martins
5.30 pm, Sociedade Musical Ordem e Progresso
Normal Ticket: 8,00€; Discounted Ticket: 5,00€; Partners: 4,00€
18
November
Cinema
Onde Está o Casaco ?
Ana Jotta, Cyriaque Villemaux & João dos Santos Martins
8.00 pm, Sociedade Musical Ordem e Progresso
Normal Ticket: 8,00€; Discounted Ticket: 5,00€; Partners: 4,00€