ADDITIONAL INFO: This performance requires the mandatory use of flip-flops & swimsuit, towel/bathrobe and swimming cap and due to the conditions of the performance and space, it’s not recommended to those with reduced mobility.
A community art performance involving people from different nationalities, ages and backgrounds that in the “time of making a tide”, expression used by the goose barnacles’ catchers, throw together their bodies into the water. Marmaids of today, in the female or male form.
Waves, portentous actions. Single, long and crescent events, with a climax and progressive evaporation. Waves, smaller actions in minimal loops. Perpetual movements, asymmetrical and arrhythmic. A gathering of bodies creating an unique sound and visual theatre on a transfigured swimming pool.
TECHNICAL AND ARTISTIC CREDITS
Artistic Direction: Madalena Victorino and Remi Gallet Artistic Assistant: Sara Palácios Co-creation with: Anitxa, João Holtremann, Johny Bull, Nicolau da Costa, Sara Palácios, Sofia Batista, Sofia v. Mentzingen, Tiago Rouxinol, Tó Mandala And participation of: Mel Herbers, William Sell, Alice Duarte, Cláudia Franco, Cristina Cláudio, Daniella Dormet, Durk, Frederico Lapa, Joana Melo, Joana Rodrigues, José Morato, L, Louie Golds, Madalena Guerra, Maria Gallet, Mathilde Major, Pier, Raul, René, Sílvia Rosa, Zária Fernandes, Zé Manel, Coro Internacional de Aljezur, amongst others. Lighting Design and Technical Direction: Joaquim Madaíl Visual design and Operation: Diogo Vilhena Costumes: Ana Baleia Thanks to: Cineasta Cláudia Varejão for sharing her work AMA-SAN.