Friday, August 3, 2012

Where the horizon moves - London is an open-air project exploring landscape as a space where stories come alive.  It rescues the often lost, yet everyday movement, of coming towards a place. Through subtle shifts and changes in the landscape, the audience field of vision is expanded to notice figures that emerge and disappear on the horizon. 

Conception and direction: Gustavo Ciríaco
General production: Andrew Mitchelson
Production assistance: Becca Fuller
Helping assistance: Heather Brandenburg
London soundtrack: Hutch Demouilpied

UK based collaborators:

Irina Sukhikh (performer)
Owen Parry (performer)
Anais Lalange (performer)
Camila Fiori (performer)
Louise Mothersole (singer and performer)
Stewart Mackenzie (performer)
Dean & Petal (performers)
Becca Fuller (assistant producer and performer)
Tiphaine Tailleux (performer)
Hutch Demouilpied (sound designer)
Becca Fuller (assistant producer and performer)

Rio Occupation collaborators:

João Sanchez – visual artist
Dina Salem Levy – set design consultant
Pedro Rivera – architect
Andrea Capella - photography director and light designer

London skyline mural, painted by João Sanchez.

This piece was part of the Festival Finale in association with v22 Summer Club at the Biscuit Factory on 1-3 August as part of Rio Occupation London, promoted by SEC-Secretaria de Cultura do Estado do Rio de Janeiro in partnership with Battersea Arts Center & People's Palace, hosted by 2012 London Festival - Cultural Olympiad. Rio Occupation London was sponsored by Petrobras.

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Rio de Janeiro. I am a performing artist and art maker coming from dance. I love to dialogue with the historical, material and affective context we are immersed in any given situation. As art form, my work goes from multimedia stage conceptual work to convivial and open-air pieces. It strikes me the awareness and fictions arising from the sublime of daily situations, its materiality, the reference points that we cling to and build up our relation to reality and how meaning grows from this. contacts: |

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