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ENG dossier_vicente12 - EZ Manager
PROJECT TRAVESSA DA ERMIDA
Belém, Lisbon 2012
Lisboa na Rua/ Com’out Lisbon
Reviewing
is
believing…
myth
is
never
in
black
and
white
VICENTE’
12
2 VICENTE’12
PROGRAM:
September
8th
to
November
11th
2012
Exhibition
at
Ermida
N.ª
Sr.ª
da
Conceição
and
Travessa
do
Marta
Pinto
September
8th
2012
6
–
7
pm
Concert
José
Eduardo
Rocha
&
Ensemble
JER_Os
Plásticos
de
Lisboa
7.30
pm
Opening
of
the
Exhibition
Artists:
MOOV
+
Miguel
Faro
and
André
Graça
Gomes
Folio
Launch,
Reviewing
is
believing
…
myth
is
never
in
black
and
white
Authors:
José
Luís
de
Matos,
Pedro
Malaquias
,
Nelson
Guerreiro,
João
Abel,
Pedro
Penilo,
João
Cabaço,
MOOV
+
Miguel
Faro,
André
Graça
Gomes,
Alexandra
Corte
Real,
Mário
Caeiro
Presentation
of
a
Piece
of
Jewellery
by
Travessa’s
Jewellery
Workshop
Alexandra
Corte
Real
Contacts
Project
Travessa
da
Ermida
Mercador
do
Tempo
Lda.
Address:
Travessa
do
Marta
Pinto,
12
1300‐390
Lisboa
NIF:
508
51
83
50
Contact:
Fábia
Fernandes
Phone.:
00
351
213
637
700;
00
351
961
177
874
E‐mail:
[email protected]
Site:
www.travessadaermida.com
September
15th
2012,
4
pm
Romantic
Walks
with
Nelson
Guerreiro
and
João
Abel
Free
–
Booking
until
24
hours
previous
to
the
event
October
27th
2012,
4
pm
Romantic
Walks
with
Nelson
Guerreiro
and
João
Abel
Free
booking
24
hours
in
advance
November
3rd
2012,
4
pm
Romantic
Walks
with
Nelson
Guerreiro
and
João
Abel
Free
booking
24
hours
in
advance
Dates
to
be
announced
Guided
Tours
with
the
curator
and
guests
3 VICENTE’12
VICENTE’
12
Reviewing
is
believing…
myth
is
never
in
black
and
white
City
culture,
urban
art
Belém,
September
8th
to
November
11th
2012
Vicente
2012
brings
new
ideas
to
embody
the
founding
myth
of
the
identity
of
Lisbon.
The
second
edition
of
this
project
of
urban
history
and
culture
includes
an
intervention
at
the
Travessa
do
Marta
Pinto
by
architects
MOOV
in
partnership
with
the
artist
Miguel
Faro,
a
drawing
installation
by
André
Grace
Gomes
at
the
Ermida
N
ª
Sr
ª
da
Conceição
and
a
program
of
walks
under
the
theme
of
Romanticism,
the
actors
/
performers
Nelson
Guerreiro
and
João
Abel.
From
September
to
November
2012,
Belém
brings
into
existence
one
of
the
most
unknown
stories
of
our
identity,
giving
new
nuances
to
the
eternal
values
of
VICENTE.
Vicente
–
urban
culture
project
The
project
Vicente
began
in
2011
with
a
series
of
original
public
art
installations
(Jana
Matejkova,
Andrew
Cane,
John
Ribeiro
+
Carole
Purnelle
&
Nuno
Maya),
an
installation
at
the
Ermida
N.ª
Sr.ª
da
Conceição
(Simeon
Nelson),
a
Jewellery
project
(Alexandra
Corte‐Real),
the
publishing
of
a
reference
publication
on
the
Myth
(José
Sarmento
Matos,
Pedro
Gadanho,
Nelson
Guerreiro,
Mário
Caeiro,
Jana
Matejkova,
André
Banha,
João
Ribeiro
+
Carole
Purnelle
&
Nuno
Maya,
Simeon
Nelson,
Alexandra
Corte‐Real)
and
a
program
of
situationist
walks
(Nelson
Guerreiro
and
João
Abel).
Researching
through
the
wealth
of
the
Vincentian
myth,
following
up
in
2012
to
Vicente
is
a
commitment
to
continuity
and
success
of
the
urban
and
cultural
concept
which
gave
the
Lisbon
Ravens
and
the
Myth
of
Saint
Vincent
new
colours
and
contemporary
meanings.
The
project
proposes
a
creative
and
entrepreneurial
of
the
city’s
imagination,
under
the
motto
Reviewing
is
believing...
the
myth
is
never
black
and
white.
In
2012,
the
participating
artists
‐
MOOV
and
Miguel
Faro
in
the
public
space,
André
Graça
Gomes
in
the
former
Chapel,
Alexandra
Corte‐Real
in
the
Jewellery
shop
and
Nelson
Guerreiro
&
João
Abel
on
the
walks
‐
account
for
its
character
and
ingenuity,
all
making
art
into
a
game
of
unusual
transfigurations.
Able
to
express
their
imagination
using
the
most
perishable
and
common
materials,
but
always
with
a
sense
of
scale
and
communication
with
the
public,
these
creators
will
meet
the
principles
of
the
Project
Travessa
da
Ermida:
showing
Belém
and
Lisbon
with
a
new
set
of
eyes;
while,
at
the
same
time,
rising
on
the
wings
of
Vicente,
we
catch
a
glimpse
of
utopia
on
the
horizon.
Vicente,
art
and
city
–
the
program
This
program
establishes
a
commitment
of
the
Project
Travessa
da
Ermida
to
the
identity
of
the
city
of
Lisbon,
and
the
area
of
Belém
in
particular.
In
a
context
of
greater
budget
restraint
Vicente
places
a
bet
on
executive
partnerships,
on
institutional
mutual
help
and
collaborative
creation.
With
this
in
mind
the
investment
in
public
art,
in
experimental
actions
that
value
our
culture,
as
well
as
the
walks,
which
contribute
to
civic
education,
seek
to
suggest
original
3 VICENTE’12
strategies
of
innovation.
The
interest
of
the
Project
is
not
limited
to
the
field
of
art
and
design,
it
expands
to
transverse
issues
that
are
imposing
today,
of
the
deeply
touristic
vocation
of
our
capital,
interdependent
of
the
spiritual
renewal
that
is
required
in
times
of
crisis.
Vicente
meets
with
a
vocation
of
Lisbon
it
never
hurts
to
remember.
Vicente
2012
is
the
follow
up
of
a
philosophy
of
original
and
structured
programming
by
the
Project
Travessa
da
Ermida
since
2008,
which
is
remarkable
in
a
context
of
continuous
change
in
the
cultural
world
in
Portugal.
It
is
this
stability
that,
in
its
small
scale,
will
achieve
the
target
of
another
edition
of
this
project
which
is
to
establish
a
familiarity
of
the
public
with
this
Vicente.
All
the
colours,
shapes,
symbols,
narratives
and
arguments,
present
in
these
Vicentes,
re‐establish
the
renewing
symbol
in
the
collective
memory
(from
where
it
had
been
removed).
It
is
this
commitment
to
continuity
and
success
of
the
concept
that
gives
the
ravens
of
Lisbon
and
the
Myth
of
Vicente
new
colours
and
contemporary
meanings,
as
well
as
another
function
‐
more
creative
and
entrepreneurial
–
in
the
city’s
imagination.
Vicente
–
Folios
In
collaboration
with
the
seal
of
the
Palavrão
project,
a
single
newspaper‐magazine
issue
will
be
created
that
complements
the
previous
edition
(Vicente
‐
Resonances
of
a
Myth).
The
guest
authors
are
historian
José
Luis
de
Matos,
artist
Pedro
Penilo,
chronicler
Pedro
Malaquias,
the
illustration
artist
João
Cabaço,
and
the
artists
of
VICENTE
'12
André
Graça
Gomes,
MOOV,
Miguel
Faro,
Alexandra
Corte
Real,
Nelson
Guerreiro
and
João
Abel.
The
content
(text
and
image
sections,
interspersed)
are
the
object
of
a
multifunctional
packaging,
making
the
work
a
mix
of
decorative
object,
display,
altar
and
shrine.
Concert
José
Eduardo
Rocha
&
Ensemble
JER_Os
Plásticos
de
Lisboa
José
Eduardo
Rocha
&
Ensemble
JER_Os
Plásticos
de
Lisboa
(22.nd
Anniversary)
present
themselves
in
quartet,
with
an
assemble
of
pieces
for
the
repertoire
of
plastic
instruments,
expressly
compiled
to
Ermida’s
exquisite
acoustic.
Ensemble
JER
(in
quartet):
José
Eduardo
Rocha,
Nuno
Morão,
Paulo
Guia,
Vasco
Lourenço
Programme:
Chamber
Music
Adagio
(W.
A.
Mozart)
Guia
das
Aves
(JER)
(first
concert
presentation),
Sonata
da
Chiesa
(JER),
(première)
Clapping
Music
(Steve
Reich)
Guerrero
Notebook:
walking
brings
us
together
A
project
by
Nelson
Guerreiro
with
the
artistic
collaboration
and
performative
intervention
by
João
Abel
Romantic
Walks
(keywords)
Spaziergang.
Walks.
Fiction.
Meeting.
Landscape.
Surprise.
Discovered
intimacy.
Unveiling
of
desire.
Correspondence
of
the
desire
to
commit.
The
secrets
are
to
be
kept.
Following
up
on
a
creative
collaboration
project
started
in
Vicente
2011,
where
I
wrote
a
text
from
the
experience
of
the
place
and
we
worked
on
the
occupation
of
public
space
in
the
recreation
of
the
situationist
drift,
in
the
form
of
performative
walks,
we
reappear
now,
and
with
much
taste,
for
Vicente
2012
project,
under
the
form
‐
and
by
suggestion
of
Mario
Caeiro
–
of
guides
and
companions
of
the
Romantic
Walks,
resuming
the
sensitivity
of
Schiller
(1759‐1805).
These
walks
whose
script,
pre‐
written
by
me,
will
explore
various
forms,
like
a
mix‐appeal,
of
literature
(in
a
preset
text),
giving
physical
texture
to
the
emotions
of
the
city,
meaning
a
part
of
the
city:
Belém
and
the
like.
4 VICENTE’12
A
revisitation
of
the
sensitivity
of
Schiller
through
Spaziergang
(walk)
around
the
city,
can
no
longer
be
made
in
such
a
naively
romantic
way,
but
will
pass
this
heritage
of
the
Walk
as
a
space
of
subjectivation
and
deepening
of
consciousness
in
the
encounter
with
Nature
and
the
Whole
Universe.
But
if
for
the
man
of
the
Romantic
the
need
to
re‐establish
as
a
human
being
would
have
its
foundation
in
Nature,
so
as
to
reach
its
essence
of
freedom
from
the
human,
the
true
expression
of
feeling,
of
the
intimate
I
that
seeks
transcendence
‐
and
is
our
modern
man’s
dream
not,
in
its
greater
part.,
the
germination
of
the
hoped
individualization
of
the
Romantic?
‐
It
seems
that
for
the
contemporary
man
a
possible
new
way
of
romantic
redemption
would
be
through
the
reunion
no
just
Mother
Nature,
but
above
all
with
his
own
human
nature.
A
kind
of
phenomenological
reduction
of
what
it
means
to
be
human,
this,
walking
brings
us
together.
In
this
perspective
a
text
will
come
from
the
pen,
ballpoint
pen
and
pad
of
Nelson
Guerreiro,
where
the
exhaustion
of
that
inner
self
and
not‐fully‐accepted‐bourgeois,
great
grandson
of
Schiller,
is
confronted
with
the
simplicity
of
listening
to
his
own
condition
and
nature,
as
opposed
to
an
antagonistic
split
between
life
and
idealization.
Among
the
written
words,
witnesses
of
my
voice
that
signs
as
Nelson
Guerreiro,
and
the
material
texture
of
the
body
given
to
see
and
feel
or
to
sense
by
performer
João
Abel,
a
dialogue‐
confrontation
will
be
established:
a
presence
of
silence
in
space,
a
text
unmatched
by
the
body,
a
non‐perceived
synchronicity
between
two
bodies.
In
between,
there
may
be
a
body
whose
action
collides
with
the
social
role
that
is
expected
of
it,
by
altering
the
temporal
perception
and
through
the
introspection
of
gesture,
and
a
voice
of
the
dialectic
between
the
closure
of
the
being
in
his
own
inner
self
dream
and
the
social,
philosophical
and
eschatological
response
to
human
condition.
Based
on
the
text
that
goes
in
search
of
witnessing
what
normally
can
only
be
imagined,
that
is,
the
writer
will
risk
his
life,
while
the
performer
will
challenge
himself
without
any
limits
to
enable
both
to
make
a
journey
through
intimacy,
hopefully
through
elective
affinities
‐
powered
by
Goethe
–
i.e.,
with
no
calculating
antecedents
and
with
flushed
innocence.
We
will
wait
and
see
what
time
will
bring
...
Vicente
–
the
name
Vicente
is
the
name
of
the
city's
patron
saint,
whose
martyred
body
sailed
into
the
Tagus
accompanied
by
two
hovering
ravens
since
Sagres.
To
this
day,
the
coat
of
arms
of
Lisbon
reminds
us
of
the
legend.
Vicente
would
also
have
been
the
name
of
St.
Anthony’s
grandfather.
And
Vicente
is
the
name
invariably
given
to
crows
that
inhabited
Lisbon’s
everyday
life,
at
the
entrance
of
taverns
and
grocery
stores.
Vicente
is
the
name
of
a
character
in
the
literary
project
by
José
Sarmento
de
Matos,
who
has
invented
Lisbon
through
this
figure,
guiding
us
through
the
timelessly
reveries
of
memory.
Vicente
is
the
one
who
wins.
And
now,
Vicente
is
also
the
name
of
the
project.
Memory,
myth,
creativity,
future,
Vicente
is
the
beat
of
unrest.
5 VICENTE’12
©André Graça Gomes, 2012
6 VICENTE’12
André
Graça
Gomes
Matriz
Matriz
is
the
name
of
the
exhibition
that
André
Gomes
Grace
intends
to
present
at
the
Ermida
da
Nossa
Sr.ª
da
Conceição
in
Belém.
A
series
of
charcoal
drawings
run
across
the
ceiling
of
the
nave
of
the
chapel.
The
drawings
are
inspired
by
stories,
facts,
images,
events,
feelings.
Matriz
because
it
is
what
generates,
the
starting
point,
the
first
drawing.
In
the
sacrum
of
the
space
of
the
Ermida,
transformed
into
a
modern
'Sistine
Chapel',
VICENTE’s
symbols
and
narratives
performatively
come
to
life,
depending
on
the
look
of
each
viewer.
The
chapel
is
transformed
into
a
set
of
mirrors
where
the
representations
of
the
created
characters
dwell
somewhere
between
the
frescoes
of
the
church
of
St.
Francis
in
Assisi
by
Giotto
and
the
real
and
illusory
memories
that
inhabit
the
imagination
of
the
artist.
André
Graça
Gomes
graduated
in
Painting
from
ESAD.cr.
His
first
individual
show
was
held
in
2011,
at
the
Library
of
FCT‐UNL
in
the
Caparica
Campus.
The
installation
Matriz
will
be
entirely
made
inside
the
Ermida,
during
a
20
day
residence.
7 VICENTE’12
©MOOV+Miguel Faro, Long Streets for Short Stories, 2010-12
8 VICENTE’12
MOOV
+
Miguel
Faro
Long
Streets
for
Short
Stories
Long
Streets
for
Short
Stories
is
an
artistic
intervention
where
a
number
of
accounts
inhabits
the
public
space
and
involves
passersby
along
the
entire
length
of
the
street,
from
the
following
phrases
exhibiting
a
two‐way
fragmented
history
read.
Among
texts,
paintings,
drying
clothes,
stencil,
going
appears
as
different
from
coming.
VICENTE’s
narrative
becomes
friendly
in
everyday
life
of
an
experimental
public
space,
by
the
hand
of
a
collective
of
architects‐artist
(s)
always
surprising
in
a
playful
way
of
interpreting
their
critical
role
in
the
city.
The
'high'
and
'low'
culture,
between
architecture
and
street
art,
seem
woven
as
a
vernacular
'larger
than
life'
mise‐en‐scène.
Short
Stories
for
Long
Streets
was
assumed
from
the
outset
as
an
open
series.
With
each
new
presentation
‐
the
piece
was
premiered
in
Tallinn,
Estonia
in
the
winter
of
2008,
after
having
been
shown
in
Riga
in
2010
‐
the
same
conceptual
matrix
fulfils
a
logic
of
site
specific
appropriateness
to
each
new
context.
In
Belém,
the
Travessa
do
Marta
Pinto
has
an
intensely
human
scale
and
environment,
which
leads
to
the
intervention
acquiring
a
character
of
proximity
and
interaction
that
have
not
had
previous
presentations.
MOOV
(António
Louro,
João
Calhau
e
José
Niza)
is
an
art
and
design
studio
based
in
Lisbon
and
active
since
2003.
Their
non‐disciplinary
approach
seeks
to
explore
new
fields
of
activity
generated
by
the
intersection
of
architecture
with
other
areas
of
knowledge,
whether
creative
or
technical.
Miguel
Faro
is
a
plastic
artist,
having
recently
participated
in
several
group
exhibitions.
9 VICENTE’12
Ensemble
JER
in
quartet,
2005
(photo
Teresa
Cavalheiro)
10 VICENTE’12
José
Eduardo
Rocha
&
Ensemble
JER_Os
Plásticos
de
Lisboa
(22.º
Anniversary)
Concert
at
Ermida
de
Belém
on
the
occasion
of
the
vernissage
of
Vicente
’12
José
Eduardo
Rocha
&
Ensemble
JER_Os
Plásticos
de
Lisboa
(22.nd
Anniversary)
present
themselves
in
quartet,
with
an
assemble
of
pieces
for
the
repertoire
of
plastic
instruments,
expressly
compiled
to
Ermida’s
exquisite
acoustic.
Ensemble
JER
(in
quartet):
José
Eduardo
Rocha,
Nuno
Morão,
Paulo
Guia,
Vasco
Lourenço
Programme:
Chamber
Music1
Adagio2
(W.A.Mozart)
Guia
das
Aves
(JER)
(first
concert
presentation)
Sonata
da
Chiesa3
(JER),
(première)
Clapping
Music4
(Steve
Reich)
For
more
info:
http://www.youtube.com/user/EnsembleJER
(Ensemble
JER
channel
at
Youtube)
www.myspace.com/ensemblejer
(Ensemble
JER_myspace)
http://ensemble‐jer.planetaclix.pt/ensemble.htm
(Ensemble
JER_website_photos)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ensemblejer/
(Ensemble
JER_Duo
JER_photos
and
logo)
1
All
compositions
and
arrangements
©
José
Eduardo
Rocha
2
From
Quartet
n.º
12
in
B‐Flat
Major
K.172,
Vienna
(1773),
de
Wolfgang
Amadeus
Mozart
(1756‐1791),
arr.
JER
3
Sonata
da
chiesa
(Italian:
Church
sonata)
is
an
instrumental
composition
dating
from
the
Baroque
period,
generally
consisting
of
four
movements.
More
than
one
melody
was
often
used,
and
the
movements
were
ordered
slow–fast–
slow–fast
with
respect
to
tempo.
The
second
movement
was
usually
a
fugal
allegro,
and
the
third
and
fourth
were
binary
forms
that
sometimes
resembled
the
sarabande
and
gigue.
It
is
often
mistakenly
believed
these
sonatas
were
composed
to
be
performed
in
religious
ceremonies.
While
this
may
well
have
happened
when
voluntary
music
was
required,
they
are
not
in
the
same
category
as,
say,
a
requiem.
These
sonatas
were
often
performed
in
concert
for
entertainment
[Wik]
4
Clapping
Music
(1972),
by
Steve
Reich
(1936*),
arr.
JER
11 VICENTE’12
Folios
Reviewing
is
believing…
myth
is
never
in
black
and
white
Exclusive
number
of
newspaper‐magazine,
which
complements
the
previous
edition
(VICENTE
‐
Resonances
of
a
Myth).
The
content
(text
and
image
sections
interspersed)
are
subject
to
a
multi‐
function
packaging:
decorative
element,
display,
altar,
shrine…
José
Luís
de
Matos
Historical
essay.
Text
on
the
historical
mystery
that
retrieves
the
first
decades
of
the
beginning
of
Nationality
in
Lisbon.
Between
what
is
known
and
what
can
be
deduced
from
reading
stories
and
symbols
that
remain
to
this
day
(or
however
disappeared),
José
Luís
de
Matos
invites
us
to
a
fascinating
review
of
historical
facts.
The
author
is
a
renowned
expert
in
the
history
of
Lisbon
and
responds
to
the
challenge
launched
by
the
first
edition
of
VICENTE,
where
José
Sarmento
de
Matos
has
provided
the
framework
of
a
novel
that
lays
the
groundwork
for
the
discussion
of
this
myth
for
contemporaneity.
Pedro
Penilo
Illustration. Pedro
Penilo
is
a
plastic
artist
dedicated
to
the
intermediate
exploitation.
His
works
are
unique
cognitive
challenges,
forcing
the
viewer
to
seek
the
meaning
of
mysterious
graphic
symbols
and
suggested
stories.
To
VICENTE,
Penilo
develops
a
draft
of
pictograms‐symbol,
whose
poetic
basis
outlines
the
assumptions
made
by
José
Luís
de
Matos
(and
previously
José
Sarmento
de
Matos),
while
pursuing
a
line
of
abstraction
and
graphic
design
that
takes
the
tradition
of
the
illustration
to
overcome
it
with
the
autonomy
of
conceptual
art.
Pedro
Malaquias
Chronicle‐fiction. Pedro
Malaquias
is
the
voice
of
ANTENA
2
who
every
morning
of
the
week
brings
a
critical
reading
of
newspapers
to
thousands
of
listeners.
His
ability
to
romanticize
the
fait‐
divers
while
insinuating
ethical
questions
in
them,
makes
him
the
most
interesting
chronicle
writer
of
our
days.
His
distinctive
voice
gives
a
finer
tone
of
irony
to
a
contemporary
reading
of
the
political
implications
of
Vicente
in
our
collective
destiny.
João
Cabaço
Illustration. Cabaço
is
the
author
of
fabulous
graphic
universes,
surreal
scenes
of
meetings
witnessed
by
the
viewer,
overcome
by
the
outline
the
drawing,
the
detail
of
the
plots.
Here
he
investigates,
in
successive
approaches,
a
Lisbon
lost
in
time,
almost
totally
unknown
and
that
is
then
mythically
redrawn,
one
wing
in
historical
reconstruction,
the
other
in
narrative
fantasy.
12 VICENTE’12
André
Graça
Gomes
Drawing.
For
the
publication,
Graça
Gomes
presents
the
dozens
of
studies
prepared
for
accomplishing
of
his
work
in
the
chapel.
In
his
work,
the
study
is
actually
much
more
than
just
a
preparatory
drawing,
since
the
difference
between
these
studies
in
A5
format
and
its
extensions
to
the
human
scale
are
minimal.
More
than
exercise
in
virtuosity,
it
is
a
trip
(on
paper)
to
the
conviction
of
the
line,
treating
the
Vincentian
myth
as
a
script
for
the
'film'
told
in
the
chapel
of
N.
Sra.
da
Conceição.
Nelson
Guerreiro
+
João
Abel
Baptista
Fiction. In
this
text,
the
light
fiction
of
Nélson
Guerreiro
is
confronted
to
a
poetic
phenomenology
of
a
Lisbon
romanticized
by
walks.
The
text
reveals
creation
mechanisms
that
stem
from
Schiller’s
Spaziergang
‐
amateur
champion
of
naiveté
and
sentimentality
–
translating
it
into
a
choreography
that
emulates
the
essential
raven‐man
by
João
Abel.
MOOV
+
Miguel
Faro
Graphical
essay. One
of
the
gifts
of
MOOV
and
Miguel
Faro
is
to
know
how
to
understand
the
role
of
word,
or
graphic
language
in
architectural
design
and
urban
art.
To
VICENTE,
these
pages
are
a
graphical
essay
that
explores
the
possibilities
raised
by
the
intervention
in
the
Travessa
do
Marta
Pinto,
now
in
the
'scene'
of
the
pages
of
the
edition.
13 VICENTE’12
Biographies
Project
Travessa
da
Ermida
This
project,
where
Contemporary
Art,
Design,
Author
jewellery
and
wines
cohabitate,
is
anchored
to
the
“Ermida
Nª
Srª
da
Conceição”
and
develops
around
the
“Enoteca
de
Belém”
and
the
“Oficina
de
Joalharia
Alexandra
Corte
Real”.
“Project
Travessa
da
Ermida”
is
an
innovative
cultural
project,
aimed
at
becoming
a
reference
in
the
city
of
Lisbon,
in
general,
and
the
district
of
Belém,
in
particular.
With
a
distinct
personality,
this
project
aims
at
cultural
and
touristic
promotion,
as
well
as
offering
diverse
and
unique
experiences,
transversal
and
synergetic
between
the
various
elements
that
make
it
up:
An
18th
century
chapel,
the
“Ermida
de
Nossa
Senhora
da
Conceição”
which,
after
long
years
of
neglect,
acts
as
a
contemporary
art
gallery,
presenting
projects
with
curatorship
and/or
involvement
of
an
artistic
production
structure;
The
“Enoteca
de
Belém”,
a
place
dedicated
to
experimentation
and
to
being
a
meeting
place
for
people
and
flavours,
puts
its
bet
on
the
divulgation
of
the
national
wine
and
gastronomic
culture;
The
Jewellery
Workshop
“Alexandra
Corte
Real”,
a
space
of
commercialization,
creation
and
expression,
where
the
resident
designer
and
coordinator,
creates
and
exhibits
modern
pieces,
using
techniques
from
traditional
and
contemporary
jewellery;
The
Travessa
do
Marta
Pinto,
the
street
is
the
binding
axis
of
the
project
Travessa
da
Ermida.
It
will
act
as
a
contact
way
with
the
history
of
Belém
and
Lisbon,
but
also
as
an
access
to
new
experiences,
taking
on
the
true
role
of
a
street
as
a
space
of
animation,
encounters
and
passages,
a
symbol
of
daily
movement.
A
free
distribution
quarterly
cultural
bulletin
“Efeméride”,
with
an
essay
and
critique
perspective,
with
3,500
copies
issues
(postal
free
network
in
Lisbon,
Porto,
Coimbra
and
Caldas
da
Rainha),
fundamental
to
the
widespread
divulgation
of
the
project.
The
www.travessadaermida.com
Website
people
and
the
Facebook
page
Travessa
da
Ermida;
The
book
“A
Ermida,
Uma
História
de
Lisboa
e
Belém”
based
on
an
investigation
on
the
importance
of
this
building,
as
a
part
of
the
history
of
Lisbon
and
Belém;
(to
be
published).
Summary
of
activities
Ermida
N.ª
Sr.ª
da
Conceição
Exhibition
–
“Counting
Seeds”
and
launching
of
the
book
“Duas
Praças,
Um
jardim”
–
Gabriela
Albergaria
–
June
2nd
to
August
19th
2012
‐
Installation
–
Production
of
a
book;
Exhibition
–
Norte‐Sul
–
Bela
Silva
and
Bennoit
Van
Innis
–
March
24th
to
May
20th
2012
–
Installation
–
Production
of
a
catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Woodpecker
–
Gonçalo
Barreiros
–
January
14th
to
March
11th
2012
–
Sculpture/Installation
–
Production
of
a
catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Transferência
–
Pedro
Calapez
–
November
05th
to
December
18th
011
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Vicente
–
Curatorship
by
Mário
Caeiro
–
Simeon
Lockhart
Nelson,
João
Ribeiro,
Nuno
Maya
&
Carole
Purnelle
–
Installation,
Sculpture
and
Urban
Art
–
September
10th
to
October
25th
2011
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
‐
Almack’s
#1
–
Ana
Fonseca
–
May
21st
to
July
24th
2011
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Família
–
Vasco
Araújo
–
March
19th
to
May
15th
2011
–
Drawings
and
Photography
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue
Exhibition
–
Paradys
–
Ângela
Ferreira
–
January
8th
to
February
27th
2011
–
Sculpture,
Drawings
and
Photography
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Passagens
–
Exhibition
resulting
from
a
joint
contest
for
ideas
for
Project
Travessa
da
Ermida
and
IADE
with
students
of
the
Master
degrees
of
ephemeral
spaces
design,
product
design
and
graphic
design
–
November
13th
to
December
19th
2010
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue
Exhibition
–
Gravidade
–
Maria
Pia
Oliveira
–
September
30th
to
October
31st
2010
–
Installation
and
Sculpture
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Eu
e
o
meu
Mata‐Velhos
–
António
Carrapato
–
July
24th
to
September
12th
2010
–
Installation
and
Photography
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
The
Last
Cigarette
–
Rita
Barros
–
June
05th
to
July
18th
2010
‐
Photography
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Belém
Coffrage
‐
Manuel
Caeiro
–
March
20th
to
May
30th
2010
–
Sculpture
and
Painting
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Vida
Dupla,
Casa
Arrumada
–
Eduardo
Nery
–
February
13th
to
March
14th
2010
–
Photography
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
14 VICENTE’12
Exhibition
–
Silêncio
–
Susanne
Themlitz
–
January
09th
to
February
07th
2010
‐
Installation,
Sculpture
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Linhas
Paralelas
–
Author
jewels
by
Alexandra
Corte
Real
inspired
in
drawings
by
Eduardo
Nery
–
December
5th
to
20th
2009
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Requiem
–
João
Paulo
Feliciano
–
September
10th
to
October
25th
2009
‐
Installation,
Sculpture;
Typographic
Intervention
–
Dois
Tempos
–
Estúdio
R2
(Projecto
Tangencial
da
Experimenta
Design)
–
September
10th
2009
to
April
30th
2010
–
Installation
with
letters
in
photoluminescent
paint
on
the
façade
of
the
Ermida
Nª
Srª
da
Conceição
–
Award:
SEGD
Awards,
present
in
the
collective
exhibition
of
Experimenta
Design
“Revolution
99/09”
from
June
17th
to
September
05th
2010
at
Palácio
Quintela;
Exhibition
–
Les
Voisins
–
Ricardo
Jacinto
–
July
18th
to
August
31st
2009
‐
Installation,
Sculpture
(Trilogy
started
at
the
Fundação
Calouste
Gulbenkian
Paris
2006,
Culturgest
Porto2008,
Ermida
Nª
Srª
da
Conceição
2009);
Exhibition
–
Ressonância
7.84
–
Installation
‐
Carlos
Henrich
–
June
02nd
to
July
12th
2009
–
Sculpture,
Installation
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue
–
Performance
of
special
guest
Kazike
at
the
opening;
Exhibition
–
Voyeur
–
João
Noutel
–
March
21st
to
May
25th
2009
–
Sculpture,
Painting
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue
–
Catalogue
featured
at
the
collective
exhibition
of
Experimenta
Design
“Revolution
99/09”
form
June
17th
to
September
05th
2010
at
Palácio
Quintela;
Intervention
on
the
Façade
of
the
Ermida
N.ª
Sr.ª
da
Conceição
–
Primavera
‐
Estúdio
Pedrita
–
March
21st
to
June
30th
–
Installation
with
Swallows
by
Rafael
Bordalo
Pinheiro
–
Production
of
related
Postcards
–
300
of
these
swallows
were
featured
in
Madrid
at
the
2009
Tourism
Fair
and
shown
in
the
Christmas
windows
of
the
Turismo
de
Lisboa
in
the
Restauradores;
Exhibition
–
Losing
my
Religion
–
João
Pedro
Vale,
Daniel
Blaufuks
and
Albano
Afonso
–
January
31st
to
March
15th
2009
–
Sculpture,
Installation
and
Photography
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Exhibition
–
Da
Vida
das
Florestas
–
Jorge
Curval
–
January
10th
to
January
25th
2009
–
Painting
–
Production
of
a
Catalogue;
Alexandra
Côrte‐Real
Jewellery
Workshop
–
December
13th
to
December
20th
2008
–
Exhibition
of
jewellery
by
the
resident
designer
of
the
Jewellery
Workshop
–
3
of
the
pieces
on
display
at
the
Museu
de
Serralves
2009
and
transformed
into
furniture
at
the
FRESS
workshops
for
the
exhibition
“Welcome
Laboratório
#5”
at
the
Museu
de
Artes
Decorativas
of
Fundação
Ricardo
Espírito
Santo
e
Silva
from
June
17th
to
September
30th
2010;
Exhibition
‐
O
Meu
Tempo
–
Miguel
Palma
–
September
18th
to
December
20th
2008
‐
Sculpture
–
Production
of
a
small
Postcard/Letter
with
a
curator
text
by
Isabel
Carlos;
Typographic
Intervention
–
Vai
com
Deus
–
R2
Design
–
September
18th
to
February
28th
2008
–
Façade
of
the
Ermida
Nª
Srª
da
Conceição
–
Production
of
related
postcards
with
the
same
relief
as
Intervention
–
design
awards
of
the
intervention:
Red
Dot
Awards,
SEGD
Awards,
Typografic
Choice
of
the
typographic
club
of
New
York,
Honourable
mention
Blue
Design,
Participation
with
photography
by
Fernando
Guerra
studio
in
a
calendar
by
Canadian
EyeMagazine;
Exhibition
‐
Espera
por
Mim
–
Rui
Chafes,
Albuquerque
Mendes,
João
Maria
Gusmão
and
Pedro
Paiva
–
July
24th
to
September
11th
2008
–
Sculpture,
Sacred
Art
–
Production
of
the
Packet
of
Culture
with
a
presentation
of
the
Project
and
the
artists;
15 VICENTE’12
Eduardo
Fernandes
Direction
and
programming
Funchal,
1960.
After
following
his
academic
path
at
the
Colégio
Infante
Dom
Henrique
and
the
Liceu
do
Funchal,
Eduardo
Fernandes
obtains
a
graduation
in
Medicine
from
the
Faculty
of
Medicine
in
Porto.
His
academic
path
eventually
led
him
to
Spain
where
he
finished
his
specialization
and
doctorate
in
Ophthalmology
at
the
Autonomous
University
of
Barcelona.
A
long
time
art
amateur,
he
discovered
the
Ermida
Nossa
Senhora
da
Conceição
on
one
of
his
many
strolls
around
Belém,
where
he
has
been
living
in
recent
years.
In
2004,
he
took
the
opportunity
to
become
the
owner,
with
the
purpose
of
returning
it
to
its
former
prestige,
now
as
a
venue
of
culture
and
art.
He
has
recently
acquired
the
space
of
the
Enoteca
de
Belém
and
the
Oficina
de
Joalharia
and
in
2008
the
project
Travessa
da
Ermida
was
born.
Fábia
Fernandes
Production
Manager
and
coordination
(Nampula,
1975)
Lived
and
worked
between
1994
and
2006
in
Stockholm,
Sweden
in
the
areas
of
Public
Relations,
Tourism,
Hostelry,
Events
Production
and
Management.
She
also
worked
(in
tourism)
and
lived,
two
seasons,
in
Greece,
2002
and
2003,
in
Rhodes
and
Crete.
After
her
return
to
Portugal,
in
2006,
she
embraced
the
restaurants
“A
Commenda”
and
“Augusto
Gemelli”.
She
finished
her
Post‐
Graduation
in
Cultural
Programming
and
Management
at
the
Universidade
Lusófona
in
the
academic
year
of
2008/2009.
In
2008,
she
accepted
the
challenge
of
starting
and
coordinating
the
project
Travessa
da
Ermida
as
responsible
for
the
study,
planning,
development
and
promotion
of
the
entire
project.
Currently
graduating
in
Communication
Sciences
at
the
Faculdade
de
Ciências
Sociais
e
Humanas
of
Universidade
Nova
de
Lisboa.
José
Vaz
Fernandes
Production,
Assembly
and
Equipments
Lisbon,
1958.
An
architecture
graduate
from
ESBAL
(Escola
Superior
de
Belas
Artes
de
Lisboa)
in
1983.
He
worked
as
an
intern
in
the
new
urban
centre
of
Santo
André,
in
Santiago
do
Cacém.
He
developed
his
professional
activity
for
17
years
in
the
Far
East,
in
Macao,
returning
to
Portugal
in
2000.
Since
then
he
has
worked
in
several
projects
throughout
the
country.
In
2008,
he
integrated
the
team
at
the
Project
Travessa
da
Ermida,
as
a
responsible
for
the
production,
exhibition
assembly
and
equipments,
as
well
as
different
spaces
belonging
to
the
project.
Jewellery
Shop
Alexandra
Corte‐Real
Manager
and
Resident
Jeweller
Porto,
1967.
After
her
graduation
in
Mathematics
applied
to
computer
sciences
at
the
Sciences
Faculty
at
the
University
of
Porto
and
Mathematics
at
the
Universidade
Lusófona,
she
acquired
the
tools
to
undertake
her
journey
to
become
a
jeweller
at
the
jewellers’
school
Contacto
Directo,
and
to
date
has
exhibited
her
pieces
in
Portugal,
as
well
as
abroad.
From
an
early
age,
she
developed
a
taste
and
an
inclination
for
jewellery.
She
keeps
childhood
memories
in
which
she
took
apart
and
reassembled
her
mother’s
jewels.
From
the
beginning
of
her
journey
as
a
jeweller
she
participated
in
several
occasions
in
the
annual
exhibitions
of
Contacto
Directo,
as
well
as
other
national
and
international
shows
–
i.e.
Municipal
Theatre
in
Funchal
“Madeira
Bordad’a
Prata”
(2010);
FRESS
“Welcome”
Laboratório
#5
(2010);
Museu
de
Serralves
(2009),
Ermida
Nª
Srª
da
Conceição
“Linhas
Paralelas”
in
collaboration
with
Eduardo
Nery
(2009),
“Princípio”
(2008);
Manchester
(2007);
Silves
(2005)
Patrícia
Craveiro
Lopes
Curatorship
Assistant
VICENTE
2012
Lisboa
1975.
Patrícia
Craveiro
Lopes
lives
and
works
in
Lisbon.
A
Sculpture
and
Plastic
Arts
Graduate
from
the
Faculty
of
Fine
Arts
of
the
University
of
Lisbon,
she
also
owns
a
Master
degree
in
Contemporary
Art
and
Music
from
Oxford
Brookes
University,
she
has
been
developing
her
career
as
a
producer
of
plastic
arts
in
various
institutions
such
as
the
Saatchi
Gallery
and
Art
Angel
in
the
United
Kingdom,
and
several
Lisbon
galleries
such
as
Art
Fit
and
Plataforma
Revólver.
She
has
been
working
as
a
free
lancer
since
2008,
collaborating
in
various
independent
projects
supported
by
the
Direcção
Geral
das
Artes
and
the
Fundação
Calouste
Gulbenkian.
She
is
currently
handling
production
direction
at
LARGO
Artistic
Residences.
16 VICENTE’12
Authors
José
Luís
de
Matos
Archaeologist
and
university
professor
Universidade
Clássica
de
Lisboa
among
other
disciplines:
Classical
and
Medieval
Archaeology,
Medieval
History,
History
of
Cultures,
Art
History,
Iconography.
Universidade
Nova
de
Lisboa:
History
of
Classical
Culture
(1993
–1994);
Universidade
Moderna
de
Lisboa:
Portuguese
Culture
and
History
of
Western
Literature
(1996‐2008).
Sénior
Techinician
at
the
Ministry
of
Culture
he
integrated,
for
eight
years,
the
Archaeology
Department
of
the
Instituto
Português
do
Património
Cultural
(1998‐1996).
CULTURAL
ACTIVITIES
He
has
directed
archaeological
field
researches
in
Lisbon,
Faro,
Grândola,
Extremoz
and
other
locations
in
central
and
southern
Portugal
(between
1967
and
2008).
Member
of
the
"Associação
dos
Arqueólogos
Portugueses,"
and
"Associacion
Española
de
Orientalistas."
Scholarship
from
the
Fundação
Calouste
Gulbenkian
and
the
National
Institute
of
Scientific
Research.
Member
of
the
board
at
Casa
da
Comédia.
He
has
directed
TV
programs
(presentation,
management
and
editing)
on
the
city
of
Lisbon
(CNL
‐
1999‐2000).
Member
of
the
board
of
the
Centro
de
Reflexão
Cristã
BIBLIOGRAPHY
From
the
57
titles
he
has
published,
the
most
recent
are:
Inventário
do
Museu
Nacional
de
Arqueologia
‐
Colecção
de
Escultura
Romana,
(text
and
scientific
direction),
Lisbon,
1995,
208
pages.
Lisboa
das
Sete
Cidades,
(with
the
collab.
of
Isabel
Braga),
Assírio
e
Alvim,
Lisbon,
1998,
(141
pp.).
Lisboa
Islâmica,
(bilingual
edition,
Portuguese‐Arabic),
Instituto
Camões,
Lisbon,
2000,
(
79
pp.).
Templos
de
Lisboa
–
1
Baixa
Chiado,
Turismo
de
Lisboa
–
Centro
Nacional
de
Cultura,
Lisbon,
2001
(120
pp
)
and
Templos
de
Lisboa
–
2,
Avenidas
Novas,
Turismo
de
Lisboa
–
Centro
Nacional
de
Cultura,
(
editions
in
Portuguese,
English,
German
and
Italian),
Lisbon,
2001.
Igreja
Católica,
o
Choque
de
Paradigmas,
Caminho,
Lisbon,
2007(171
pp.).
Lisboa,
Gentes
e
Culturas
na
Construção
da
Cidade,
Guia
da
Lisboa
Intercultural,
(Centro
Nacional
de
Cultura
‐
Acidi),
Lisbon,
2008,
pp.
21
to
54.
Pedro
Malaquias
Pedro
Malaquias
is
the
voice
of
ANTENA
2
radio
station
who
every
morning
of
the
week
brings
a
critical
reading
of
newspapers
to
thousands
of
listeners.
His
ability
to
romanticize
the
fait‐divers
while
insinuating
ethical
questions
in
them,
makes
him
the
most
interesting
chronicle
writer
of
our
days.
His
distinctive
voice
gives
a
finer
tone
of
irony
to
a
contemporary
reading
of
the
political
implications
of
Vicente
in
our
collective
destiny.
Nelson
Guerreiro
Teacher
at
the
Escola
Superior
de
Artes
e
Design
of
Caldas
da
Rainha
in
the
courses
of
Theatre
and
Sound
and
Image.
Simultaneously,
he
is
in
the
process
of
writing
his
doctorate
thesis
on
Theory,
History
and
Practice
of
Theatre,
in
which
the
theme
is
trends
and
modalities
of
theatrical
practices
and
contemporary
performative
operations.
Between
2001
and
2004,
he
was
a
regular
collaborator
of
TRANSFORMA
–
Associação
Cultural,
where
he
worked
as
a
co‐editor
of
ArtinSite
magazine.
Since
2001,
he
turned
to
creation:
from
that
movement
he
developed
several
individual
projects
and
collaborated
in
various
collective
projects
in
the
performance,
theatre
and
disciplinary
crossings
fields,
among
which
we
may
highlight
a
series
of
conferences‐performance
Guerrero
Notebook,
the
collaboration
with
Teatro
Praga,
the
collective
Truta,
Tiago
Rodrigues,
among
others.
He
integrates
the
team
for
the
show
A
Philosophia
do
Gabiru
(The
Squoundrel's
Philosophy),
premiered
in
March
2011
at
Teatro
Maria
Matos,
directed
by
Martim
Pedroso,
as
dramaturgist
and
co‐author
of
the
text.
In
2009,
he
became
a
member
of
the
creative
synergies
platform:
sindicato.biz.
Lately,
he
formed
the
dj
duo
Galante
with
João
Galante.
Pedro
Penilo
Plastic
artist,
trainer,
programmer
and
image
and
communication
creator.
He
lived
and
studied
in
Prague,
from
1988
to
1999.
he
obtained
a
masters
degree
in
Fine
Arts
‐
Mid
Creation
of
the
Academy
of
Fine
Arts
in
Prague.
He
was
represented
in
group
exhibitions
in
Prague,
Budapest,
Berlin,
Bonn,
Basel,
New
York,
Beja,
Lisbon,
Almada
and
Famalicão.
He
has
been
a
teacher
in
the
E.
S.
E.
of
the
Instituto
Piaget
in
Almada,
from
2000
to
2007.
He
currently
lives
in
Lisbon.
João
Cabaço
Born
in
1976.
He
studied
Fine
Arts
at
ESAD
in
Caldas
da
Rainha.
Edited
the
fanzine
Notibó
and
participated
with
illustration
to
Mutate
&
Survive
and
to
the
magazines
Mesinha
de
Cabeceira
(CanibalCriCa
and
CriCaClássica)
and
Diff.
Illustrated
the
book
"O
Coração
das
Coisas"
with
text
by
António
Torrado,
for
Edições
Asa.
Worked
in
animation
with
the
film
"São
Jorge
e
o
Dragão"
featured
at
Ovarvídeo
2002,
Cinanima
2002
and
Imago
2004
festivals.
Participated
with
illustrations
in
the
book
'O
Binómio
de
Newton
e
a
Vénus
de
Milo",
an
anthology
of
Poetry
and
Science
in
Portuguese
Literature,
for
the
Fundação
Champalimaud
in
2011.
17 VICENTE’12
João
Abel
Born
in
1970.
BA
in
Theatre
from
the
School
of
Theatre
and
Cinema
‐
ESTC.
He
works
as
a
professional
actor
and
develops
a
parallel
path
of
theatrical
creation
intertwined
with
video
image.
He
began
his
professional
career
in
the
theatre
in
2002.
He
also
owns
a
degree
in
Applied
Mathematics.
In
2004/05
he
worked
as
an
assistant
and
actor
for
João
Garcia
Miguel.
In
2010,
he
collaborated
with
Teatro
O
Bando.
He
is
a
member
of
the
collective
O.P.A.
‐
Organizadores
Performers
Associados
Portugal,
which
organizes
the
monthly
meeting
epipiderme.
He
was
a
member
of
the
Associação
Cultural
extramuros
–
uma
associação
para
a
cidade.
Mário
Caeiro
Curator
A
Communication
Designer
(ESBAL),
a
second
degree
in
Compared
Litterary
Studies
and
a
Master
degree
in
German
Studies
(FCSH‐
UNL)
and
a
Post‐graduation
in
Urban
Design
(CPD/FBAUL/University
of
Barcelona),
he
designs
and
produces
cultural
and
public
space
projects
since
1984.
Commissioner
of
exhibitions
and
creator
of
transdisciplinary
initiatives,
particularly
«Retratos
da
Alma»
[1995],
«Um
Cálice
de
Dor»
[1999],
«Lisboa
Capital
do
Nada»
[2001],
«Luzboa
Bienal
Internacional
da
Luz»
[2004
e
2006].
Since
2007,
he
has
been
a
commissioner
for
several
individual
and
collective
exhibitions
at
Library
of
FCT‐UNL
of
Universidade
Nova
de
Lisboa.
In
2008
and
2009,
he
was
a
member
of
the
organizing
committees
of
the
«Efémero.Criação.Acontecimento»
and
«Politico.Criação.Valor»
Conferences.
In
2009,
he
conceived,
directed
and
curated
the
SKYWAY
Festival,
in
the
Polish
city
of
Torun,
an
annual
initiative
under
his
curatorhsip
and
artistic
direction.
He
is
a
teacher
at
ESAD.CR
since
2004.
He
recently
was
the
commissioner
of
the
exhibitions
Objet
Perdu
at
the
Plataforma
Revólver
(2010)
and
Mauna
at
the
Galeria
Pedro
Serrenho
(2011).
18 VICENTE’12
Artists
André
Graça
Gomes
André
Graça
Gomes
was
born
on
June
23,
1985,
in
Chaves.
He
graduated
in
fine
arts
from
the
Escola
De
Arte
e
Design
of
Caldas
da
Rainha
(ESAD.CR)
in
2008.
Since
then
he
has
been
developing
work
in
many
areas
of
visual
expression;
theatrical
sceneries,
video,
painting
and
drawing.
The
two
latter
being
the
central
focus
of
his
personal
work.
He
has
been
exhibiting
his
work
regularly
since
finishing
his
studies.
At
the
same
time
works
as
a
collaborator
for
Nadir
Afonso.
MOOV
MOOV
is
a
studio
project
of
art
and
architecture
based
in
Lisbon
active
since
2003.
Setting
off
from
an
adisciplinary
practice,
it
seeks
constructive
solutions
to
concrete
problems
and
specific.
It
is
characterized
by
an
artistic
approach,
experimental
and
sometimes
speculative,
and
shows
a
proactive
attitude
towards
the
established
practices
enabling
the
work
of
the
studio
to
be
synonymous
to
performance,
urban
installation,
a
movie
or
a
building.
António
Louro
(MOOV)
Born
in
Lisbon,
he
owns
a
degree
in
Architecture
from
the
Faculty
of
Architecture
of
Lisbon.
He
was
a
fellow
of
the
Erasmus
program
in
Barcelona
in
2000
and
the
Leonardo
Da
Vinci
in
Rotterdam
(Netherlands),
where
he
collaborated
in
the
studio
KCAP
‐
Kees
Christaasen
Architects
and
Planners.
Alongside
architecture,
he
has
developed
an
experimental
practice
on
public
space
and
its
occupation
tactics,
exploring
new
forms
of
urban
organization
and
social
interaction.
Since
2003,he
has
developed
his
professional
activity
at
the
art
and
project
studio
MOOV
as
a
founding
member.
He
is
also
a
visiting
professor
at
Universidade
Lusófona
where
he
teaches
the
discipline
Project
I.
José
Niza
(MOOV)
Born
in
Lisbon,
he
completed
a
technical
and
professional
training
in
digital
arts
(PRODEP
Level
III)
and
is
currently
preparing
his
final
thesis
for
his
Masters
Degree
in
Architecture
at
the
Universidade
Lusíada
in
Lisbon.
From
2000
to
2006,
he
worked
as
a
freelancer
in
graphic
design
and
web
design
and,
in
parallel,
in
the
production
of
events
where
he
took
on
the
most
diverse
tasks,
from
driving
trucks,
transporting
materials
and
artists
or
building
sceneries,
but
also
developed
projects
and
created
his
presentations
linking
the
conceptual
and
planning
aspects
to
practice.
In
MOOV,
he
has
been
continuing
this
mode
of
operation
in
the
development
of
the
adisciplinary
practice
of
the
studio
that,
often,
gets
out
of
the
norm
and
the
scope
of
the
architecture
project.
He
has
been
a
collaborator
of
MOOV
since
its
formation
and
became
in
2005
one
of
the
members
and
founding
partner
of
MOOV
‐
Studio
Art
and
Design,
LTD.
Miguel
Faro
Miguel
Faro
works
and
lives
in
Lisbon,
Portugal.
He
studied
Engineering
Physics
at
the
Instituto
Superior
Técnico,
Architecture
at
the
Faculty
of
Architecture
at
the
University
of
Lisbon,
currently
attending
the
final
year
of
the
Bachelor
Degree
of
Art
and
Multimedia
(Installation
and
Performance
branch),
Faculty
of
Fine
Arts,
University
of
Lisbon.
Working
primarily
with
video,
photography
and
installations,
he
works
on
identity
issues.
The
use
of
his
body,
its
image
and
the
relationship
of
both
with
different
types
of
states
are
recurrent
themes.
The
dual
is
an
almost
universal
element
in
his
work
that
often
arises
from
combining
autobiographical
operations
joining
together
in
a
non‐scientific
way
models
taken
from
quantum
mechanics
and
the
practice
of
skateboarding
to
explore
relationships
between
the
body,
its
image
and
different
types
of
spaces
(physical,
social,
emotional
and
/
or
psychological).
19 VICENTE’12
Opening
Concert
José
Eduardo
Rocha
(JER)
Composer,
musician,
artist,
director
and
teacher,
born
in
Lisbon
in
1961.
Studied
Painting
at
Lisbon
Fine
Arts
Faculty,
Composition
at
Lisbon
Music
School,
Musical
Sciences
at
New
University
of
Lisbon,
and
Theatre
at
Alcalá
University,
Madrid,
where
he
obtained
a
post‐graduation
in
2008.
In
1990,
founded
the
Ensemble
JER
–
Lisbon
Plastics,
a
group
established
to
interpret
a
repertoire
of
toy
instruments,
instrumental
music
and
musical
theatre,
which
made
more
than
200
shows
in
Portugal,
Spain
and
Germany.
As
a
composer,
is
an
author
of
opera,
musical
theater,
instrumental
music
and
music
for
theater
and
cinema.
In
1992,
he
was
awarded
with
the
Theatre
of
the
Decade
Prize.
He
participated
in
several
music,
theater
and
cinema
festivals,
and
in
international
biennials
and
expositions
(Expo
Lisbon'98,
Expo
Hannover'2000).
Ensemble
JER
–
Os
Plásticos
de
Lisboa
Portuguese‐based
group
of
artists‐musicians,
created
specifically
in
order
to
perform
a
repertoire
of
instrumental
music
and
musical
theater.
It
employs
toy
instruments,
special
percussions,
and
other
instruments.
It
was
founded
and
is
directed
by
José
Eduardo
Rocha
(JER).
Since
its
inception
in
1990,
Ensemble
JER
has
performed
with
very
diverse
formations,
and
has
thrown
over
200
performances
in
Portugal,
Spain
and
Germany.
20 VICENTE’12
Credits
Vicente
2012
Promoting
entity
Project
Travessa
da
Ermida
Project
Direction
Eduardo
Fernandes
Production
direction
Fábia
Fernandes
Equipments
and
assemblies
José
Vaz
Fernandes
Curatorship
assistant
Patrícia
Craveiro
Lopes
Concept
and
curatorship
Mário
Caeiro
Design
Editorial
project
Vicente
2012
Folio
'Vicente
Rever
para
Crer':
Palavrão
–
Associação
Cultural
Design
Vicente
2011
Book
‘Vicente
‐
Ressonâncias
de
um
Mito’
Silva
Designers
Artists
MOOV
+
Miguel
Faro
André
Graça
Gomes
Jewellery
Alexandra
Corte
Real
Authors
Mário
Caeiro
José
Luís
de
Matos
Pedro
Malaquias
Nelson
Guerreiro
e
João
Abel
Pedro
Penilo
João
Cabaço
André
Graça
Gomes
MOOV
+
Miguel
Faro
Alexandra
Corte‐Real
Concerto
de
Abertura
José
Eduardo
Rocha
&
Ensemble
JER_Os
Plásticos
de
Lisboa
Ensemble
JER
(em
quarteto):
José
Eduardo
Rocha,
Nuno
Morão,
Paulo
Guia,
Vasco
Lourenço
Sponsors
EGEAC
Câmara
Municipal
de
Lisboa
Turismo
de
Lisboa
Junta
de
Freguesia
de
Santa
Maria
de
Belém
Força
Motriz
Enoteca
de
Belém
21 VICENTE’12


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