BRUNO HUMBERTOStage materials for the performance: THE HUMAN HAND (history of creation and violence)

Performance
17, 18 Mar 2023

Performance-conference

Ages 6 and up
Free admittance

THE HUMAN HAND - history of creation and violence is a multidisciplinary project and research on the part of the body that, since the dawn of representation, has been one of the most used symbols associated with technique, art, magic, healing, and freedom, and, at the same time, with oppression, control, and human violence. The central object will be a performance-conference, testing interaction possibilities through scenography and installation.

 

Bruno Humberto (Caldas da Rainha, 1981) studied and taught in the Master of Performance Making, at Goldsmiths College, London. Author and director of The Camus Incident (site-specific performance finalist for the Oxford Samuel Beckett Theater Trust Award), the solo Holding Nothing, the urban landscape performance Land, the interactive piece The Death of the Audience, Carbo, among others. He collaborated with the artists Graeme Miller, Gustavo Ciríaco, Allard van Hoorn, among others. He has made several plays in collaboration with writer Rui de Almeida Paiva, most notably the immersive theater piece O Sequestro (2018), A Vila (2019) and Peça para Intervalos (2021). He is co-editor of the contemporary art magazine Wrong Wrong and he also curates performance, photography and installation. The exhibition “Acts of Disappearence”, awarded by the Parallel award, was presented, among others, in the 2019 edition of Photo London. Humberto also has an experimental solo music project and is part of the bands CATARATA and Orchestra Elastique.

Performance
17, 18 Mar 2023

Performance-conference

Ages 6 and up
Free admittance