Performing Arts & Digital Culture
Performing arts often rely on the exploration of virtual environments as a fictional proposition. The technological advances of the last decades, in particular the advent of the internet and the emergence of the first browsers in the 1990s, have caused transformations in all societal domains. So, performing arts – and culture in general – have also been evolving within this changing system. In this techno-cultural context, performing arts are confronted with new languages, aesthetics, political relations and artists.
In this event without ‘cookies’ and ‘plugins’, we propose an open and joint reflection on the topic, freely ‘surfing’ through a set of themes: perceptions, modes of fiction, composition and dramaturgy, interactivity, screens, online performances, among others.
The invitation is done: join us!
Event curated by João Estevens
Talk #1 Ana Veiga Riscado with Ant Hampton and João Estevens
Talk #2 Patrícia Azevedo Silva with Luísa Sol and Francisco Frazão
Talk #3 Patrícia Azevedo Silva with Britt Hatzius [online]
Performance #1 Lost in Cyberia Pro1.2, João Estevens
Performance #2 Measurability, Daniel Pinheiro
Performance #3 what to stream_when we all float //compost by Bartosz Ostrowski in dialogue with Jan Kanty Zienko
Book edited by Montanha and Rabbit Hole
Authors: Ana Libório, André e. Teodósio, Carlos Manuel Oliveira, Clara Gomes, Daniel Pinheiro, Eunice Gonçalves Duarte, João Estevens, Mariana Viterbo Brandão, Odete, Paula Caspão, Raimundo Cosme/Plataforma285, Raquel André
Institucional Support: República Portuguesa – Ministério da Cultura
Support: República Portuguesa – Cultura I DGARTES – Direção-Geral das Artes
Rua das Gaivotas6 (Lisbon, PT)