Excavation − dance installation, by Sofia Ó

22 to 24 of November of 2018
Piso 0 do Museu do Aljube

November 22 − Thursday, 17h-19h

November 24 − Saturday, 16h-18h

Floor 0 of the Museum of Aljube

 

It is an exploration of the underground space of the Museum (prison) of Aljube, in a permanence of the body that wonders if the past has already been lived or if we are living it now.

In the galleries of the Aljube, while you walk through…

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dust and sand falling in the mouth, the eyes. a living body that insists on staying. silent. restless. What is unnoticed? What settles? What does this body hear and renovate into dance in this prison that is now a museum?

excavation is a dance installation taking place in the passage between floor 0 and floor -1 of the museum of aljube. a research supported by the national centre for culture (young artists grant 2018).

 

sofia ó is a researcher with an internship in creation at the c.e.m – centre in movement. she is a dancer and an anthropologist, the author of teatro de dança galpão: experimentações em dança e práticas de resistência durante a ditadura civil militar no brasil (ed. prismas, 2016) [Galpão Theatre of Dance: dance experimentation in resistance practices during the military dictatorship in Brazil].

 

Imagem: @ Olga Miranda.

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