Catarina Miranda: Mazezam

THE SPACE BETWEEN Performance Cycle
on the 14th and 15th of October at 8pm at AltesFinanzamt/ Berlin.

14th October
Mazezam by Catarina Miranda & Rosabel Huguet & Jonathan Uliel Saldanha
Half Dozen Billion Others by André Soares & Rita Sousa Mendes

15th October
Untraceable Patterns by Né Barros & Gustavo Costa
Second part of the evening with a DJ and Sound Cut Up by Jonathan Uliel Saldanha

More info at:
flocks and shoals
space between-performance cycle

Adress: Schönstedtstraße 7 - EG Neukölln 12043 Berlin// U7 Rathaus Neukölln (Exit Schönstedtstraße)
OCTOBER 14th/ 8pm

At the time when the body is sinking away, rain and emanations appear.
The moment before crossing the woods one is half here and half beyond, waiting and watching, completely calm, without breathing, quietly attending the upcoming fall.
Concept by Catarina Miranda
Performance by Catarina Miranda and Rosabel Huguet
Sound Composition by Jonathan Uliel Saldanha
Lights by Roger Rossell
Thanks to Rita Sousa, Altes Finanzamt, Flocks & Shoals
flocks and shoals

HALF-DOZEN BILLION OTHERSConcept and Performance by André Soares & Rita Mendes
Photography by André Uerba
Stage light by Roger Rossell
Co-production Altes Finanzamt
Thanks to Catarina Miranda and André Uerba
in white out

OCTOBER 15th/ 8pm
UNTRACEABLE PATTERNSStill in progress, this choreographic project was conceived to explore movements and sounds that create the sensation of trace and roots, but,instead, are a migration of themes with a caotic tendency. The set is an instalation of artesanal and thecnological instruments performed alive either by the dancer and the musician. This instalation helps to reinforce the idea of displacement of arts and imaginaries (free migrations). Musically the score deals with very structured material, pre-existent, and the fragility of real time performing. The dancing body mixes animal and machine qualities of movement and flows from composition to improvisation.
Choreography and performance by Né Barros
Composer and musician Gustavo Costa
Texts: Gertrud Stein
Light design Alexandre Vieira
Production: Balleteatro

by Jonathan Uliel Saldanha (Soopa, HHY & The Macumbas), as a drive for and inpired by Brion Gysin's Dream Machine.