Lines are Drawn
“Written lines” is a series of creations linked to the current and social problematic, working and breaking concepts such as inclusion or tolerance as opposed to irreducibility, segregation and intolerance. With this work, we intend to continue to focus on issues directly related to daily life, sensitising the public to an increasingly present problem in our society.
The challenge proposed to choreographers Jácome Filipe and Daniel Cardoso was to work on the same theme with different approaches and concepts. The pieces unfold from developed characters and created by the dancers / performers themselves, characters that constitute the first part of the program.
Through this work, we intend to promote a reflection on such opposing and contradictory themes as tolerance, inclusion, romanticism, flexibility, patience and permission versus irreducibility, inhumanity, fanaticism, intolerance, rigidity, and austerity.
Artistic Director: Daniel Cardoso
Choreography: Jácome Filipe e Daniel Cardoso
Dancers: 6 dancers
Music: G. F, Handel, Max Richer, Shlohmo, Ryoii Ikeda, Mount Vernon Arts Lab, Pan Sonic, The Original Memphis Five, William Basinski, “El Camino Real”, Recorded texts by George Carlin, Johann Sabastian Bach nº5 concert in F minor BWV 1056, Senking, Avo part
Rehearser: Rui Reis
Light Design: Daniel Cardoso
Sonoplastia: Inês Godinho, Jácome Filipe, Daniel Cardoso
Photography: C. Cardoso
Production: Raquel Vieira de Almeida
Audience: over 6 years old
Duration: 1h and 50 minutes (with intermission)