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ALKANARA - Michelle Moura e Sara Anjo - ©

Michelle Moura e Sara Anjo

create Nós aqui neste passinho

  • 26.09 2019
  • Public Events
  • Artists in Residence
  • Open Studio
  • Praça Dom Pedro IV, Lisboa
  • this is a free event

Through choreographic exercises we explore notions of collectivity, autonomy, occupation of public space and proximity with the spectator. Alongside the question what is resistance we also ask: how are we choreographed by political and social changes? How are we choreographed by the geography of the territory, by it’s culture and public spaces? Are we truly available for a change?

Artists bio

Michelle Moura is a Brazilian choreographer and performer living in Berlin. Among her creations there are FOLE (2013), HORSE (2010) and BLINK mini unison intense whimper (2015), where she develops strategies to generate psycho-physical changes. A contrast between her previous creations is Choreography Study # 1 (2016), where he develops her interest in structure. Her creations were presented at international dance festivals in South America and Europe, including the Panorama Festival (BR), HAU – Hebbel am Ufer (DE) and the Musée de la danse (FR). As an interpreter, he worked with Wilhelm Groener (DE), Vincent Dupont (FR), Raphaëlle Latini | Groupe Entorse (FR), Dani Lima (BR) and Alex Cassal (PT). Dance Studies at the Essais Program, CNDC d’Angers | FR (2010) and Das Choreography (2015), Amsterdam.

Sara Anjo (PT 1982) is a dancer and choreographer interested in meditative practices that generate psico-physical changes, breathing and walking are the main ones. She permanently questions herself about: what moves us? How do we move? And to where are we moving? As a maker she is interested in choreographic proposals that activate a sonic theatre, where choreography and the performative space are explored through soundscape. She devised “Nobody would know to tell that story” a feminist performance where she collaborated with 6 female artists (BoxNova CCB 2011); “Liquid Landscapes” a travelling dance in an old washing house in Lisbon (Teatro do Silêncio 2012); “Shaped as a Tree”, a solo about dis-quietness (Negócio ZDB 2016); “Sacrum”, a magnetic walking (Negócio ZDB 2018). Since 2012 makes part of the project “Walking” from Teatro do Silêncio. She has graduated in the Contemporary Dance Academy (2001). She holds a master in choreography from Das Graduate School in Amsterdam (2016).

Michelle Moura

Michelle Moura is a Brazilian choreographer and performer living in Berlin. Among her creations there are FOLE (2013), HORSE (2010) and BLINK mini unison intense whimper (2015), where she develops strategies to generate psycho-physical changes. A contrast between her previous creations is Choreography Study # 1 (2016), where he develops her interest in structure. Her creations were presented at international dance festivals in South America and Europe, including the Panorama Festival (BR), HAU – Hebbel am Ufer (DE) and the Musée de la danse (FR). As an interpreter,...

Sara Anjo

Sara Anjo (PT 1982) is a dancer and choreographer interested in meditative practices that generate psico-physical changes, breathing and walking are the main ones. She permanently questions herself about: what moves us? How do we move? And to where are we moving? As a maker she is interested in choreographic proposals that activate a sonic theatre, where choreography and the performative space are explored through soundscape. She devised “Nobody would know to tell that story” a feminist performance where she collaborated with 6 female artists (BoxNova CCB 2011);...

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