Ministério da Cultura, Prefeitura da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro, Secretaria Municipal de Cultura, Governo do Rio de Janeiro, Secretaria de Estado de Cultura, Lei Estadual de Incentivo à Cultura do Rio de Janeiro apresentam
25/OUT A 10/NOV
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COAPRESENTAÇÃO PANORAMA CARIOCA NA CIDADE DAS ARTES
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COAPRESENTAÇÃO PANORAMA CARIOCA NA CIDADE DAS ARTES
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Edital Funarte para Realização de Encontros, Seminários, Mostras, Feiras e Festivais
Ahead of the Guard
The French word “avant-garde” comes from a military expression used to name the most advanced squad, the one that marches in the front line. That physically risky position was metaphorically used to name the movements that promoted fundamental ruptures in all artistic languages, from the end of the 19th century to the middle of the 20th century. This advanced squad lived a theoretical clash with European aesthetic models, while in the continent’s trenches and on the streets of many capitals people fought in other fronts of the ideological and political conflict. The regime of aesthetic and political relations in this transit between the notion of historical avant-garde and social movements is at the center of important debates in art history. This year, among hundred-year-old pieces and young artists experimenting the current possibilities for art, Festival Panorama celebrates its 22 years revisiting the connections between history, documentation, artistic and social. On the everyday front in Rio, 22 years is also the age of many young people that are now, on the stairways and public squares, in a combative and artistic action two processes that are impossible to separate. In a redesign of the original word, being on theavant-garde always meant also being in front of the squad, facing the combat. Like was the case in the historical context of several radical pieces that were an inspiration, document or ghost for many of the attractions in the Festival this year, the front pages of today’s newspapers have no idea of what is going on. At least this time we won’t have a one and only version of History’s live streaming. A century ago, dancer and choreographer Vaslav Nijinsky (1890-1950) and composer Igor Stravinsky (1892-1971) created The Rite of Spring, the ballet that would later became an icon. With almost no remaining images, it’s music made for a dance that has disappeared, a specter, even when it is re-created based on documents. The Festival presents pieces that were inspired by The Rite of Spring with such different strategies as Xavier Le Roy’s and Roger Bernat’s. This journey through the 20th century continues with other artists that sought pieces or artistic movements from the avantgardes of the first half of the last century as sources of inspiration, such as Olivia Grandville and le letristtes or Fabián Barba and Mary Wigman. Another thread through the programme is the relation between body and the city. New horizons are openning and a feeling of belonging are being constructed. In a project devoted to creators from Rio, the Festival joins forces with Cidade das Artes and arrives in the West Zone with three new pieces conceived for the concrete architecture of the newly inaugurated cultural complex: João Saldanha, Gustavo Ciríaco and Denise Stutz. Marcela Levi and Lucía Russo also premiere a co-production with Panorama and propose an inefficient walk against time in the busy city center between CCBB and Museu de Arte do Rio – MAR. This year, Panorama also arrives at MAR with another piece by Xavier Le Roy, “Retrospectiva”, a zigzag of his work, crated in collaboration with 12 Brazilian artists. An international seminar also takes place at the museum, gathering artists and theorists so we can tackle the notions of document, history and movement together. The anticipated premieres of Rosas’ Cesena and Bruno Beltrão’s CRACKz and many other artists from different Brazilian states and countries, besides educational activities, coLABoratorio and Panoraminha complete the 2013 programming in venues in Centro, the South Zone and North Zone . Just like what a group of artists lead by choreographer Lia Rodrigues imagined in 1992, Festival Panorama is once more an overview of many ideias and languages, both in and out of the stages. A fragmented overview that is free and risky, but always drawn along the lines of Rio de Janeiro’s landscape.
Catarina Saraiva, Nayse López e Renato Saraiva Directors 1
Secretaria Municipal de Cultura
Dance is going through an excellent phase, creativity-wise. This new edition of Panorama, one of the most important dance festivals in the country is an opportunity to acknowledge and experience the effervescent moment of all dance trends. Thanks to Panorama, after 25/10, cariocas will have access to a diverse selection of the most interesting and challenging national and international dance works. Created in 1992 by choreographer Lia Rodrigues, intending to give more visibility and access to contemporary dance in Rio, Panorama already has a history of 21 years, a period when it received more than 350 companies and about 400 thousand people. Because of the programming quality, it became known as one of the most important dance festivals in Latin America. It is also the largest event of its kind in Brazil. Produced by Associação Cultural Panorama, with the support of the Rio de Janeiro City Culture Secretariat and in partnership with
Secretaria de Estado de Cultura
universities, schools and organizations, the event goes beyond the shows it usually offers. Besides installations and several artistic presentations, there is also an extensive educational program throughout the year, offering lectures, debates and laboratories for children and kids from different social contexts. The support of the Rio de Janeiro City Culture Secretariat to Panorama is part of its guidelines to foster cultural production in Rio, stimulate artistic diffusion and establish the city as a stage for large cultural events, on an ongoing basis. Congratulations to the organizers for another high quality edition of Panorama. The people of the city are proud to host this event that celebrates and spreads dance, with a high cultural and social impact. Sérgio Sá Leitão Rio de Janeiro City Culture Secretary
The Rio de Janeiro State Culture Secretariat (SEC) has been working since 2008 to spread, stimulate and strengthen the culture of Rio de Janeiro, by creating fomenting mechanisms and policies for the sector, in all of its fields, seeking to contemplate all manifestations of art and culture, from the traditional to the experimental.
By the means of actions such as this one, we are investing in the state’s performing arts and expanding the ongoing incentive to the sector, which is also made through calls for projects, projects like Circuito Estadual das Artes and Novas Cenas and the programming of spaces like the João Caetano, Glaucio Gill and Theatro Municipal theaters.
Panorama is among the projects sponsored by the Secretariat, through Rio de Janeiro’s Cultural Incentive Law, and in its more than 20 years, along with other festivals, it has been crucial for the development of artists and for offering to the public the most innovative dance research and creation.
Thus, SEC fosters artistic creation and market increase, as well as cultural integration, research of new languages and the training and development of professionals in the area.
The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) acts in all different sectors of the Brazilian economy, fostering sustainable development, job creation and social inclusion. BNDES finances projects that range from large infrastructure construction to small and micro-sized companies and also gives special attention to Brazilian culture, in all of its manifestations. Aware that artistic manifestations are crucial for building the identity of a country, BNDES consistently invests in projects aiming to promote knowledge and value the creativity of our professionals.
For any festival, reaching its 22nd edition is a great accomplishment. Being the biggest dance and arts of the body event in Brazil and one of the most important in Latin America makes Festival Panorama an important highlight in the country’s cultural calendar. With each edition - always with renewed strength Panorama mobilizes the artistic community and the public around attractions that are not limited to the contemporary dance shows. By following its multidisciplinary inclination, the Festival always surprises with a diverse programming. The 2013 edition is superlative in numbers and in the way it occupies stages, cultural centers and public spaces in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Oi is proud to be alongside Festival Panorama. So is Oi Futuro. The cultural center in Flamengo
Fundação Cidade das Artes
For the first time, the Cidade das Artes Foundation of the Rio de Janeiro City Hall presents the Panorama Carioca project. Through an unprecedented artistic residency program with renowned dance artists from Rio, Cidade das Artes establishes a partnership with Festival Panorama for a special edition of its programming between October 25 and 27. This program of creations from Rio works with the concept of site-specific art, proposing a new gaze towards the building’s architecture and its relationship with the surrounding landscape. The main focus of the occupation is to co-produce three new pieces, specially
Sponsoring Festival Panorama, one of the most important platforms for contemporary dance in the country, contributes to spread the work of Brazilian companies, promote debates about this artistic language and develop new audiences. Thus, BNDES is pleased to be a partner of the project since 2008 and to contribute to bring the best of Brazilian contemporary dance to the public in a broader context, in which the most prominent international artists also perform.
receives a part of the programming, hosting Lab-Uni 2013, a unique meeting of researchers and research groups of universities in Rio and in Brazil dedicated to investigating art focusing on the body and performance. For three days, the Laboratory will be a space for free experimentation and exchange with the public. Oi Futuro Flamengo is also the starting point for the piece Domínio Público, by Spanish artist Roger Bernat, one of the most important names of this edition of Panorama. Domínio Público takes place in the surroundings of the cultural center, at Largo do Machado, and works as a board game, in which spectators are literally the protagonists, by responding in real time to the director’s instructions. Enjoy the festival.
conceived for the spaces of Cidade das Artes. As the city’s largest dance event, Panorama Festival 2013 presents Finita, by Denise Stutz, Onde o horizonte se move, by Gustavo Ciríaco and Piquenique Urbano, by João Saldanha. Three international premieres complete the program: Rosas & graindelavoix’s Cesena, Sílvia Real and Sergio Pelágio’s Tritone, and Xavier Le Roy’s La sacre du printemps. May dance conquer this space. Emilio Kalil President of the Cidade das Artes Foundation
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Rosas & grandelavoix | Bélgica
Rosas’ latest production, Cesena is a counterpoint to En atendant (2010), which opened Panorama – 20 Anos, in 2011. While the performers danced at dusk in the previous piece, the new one announces the beginning of the day. The stage is shared among 19 dancers and singers who explore the limits of their abilities. Dancers sing and singers dance, once again in dialogue with the notes of ars subtilior, a sophisticated polyphonic musical style from the 14th century also developed in En atendant. In Cesena, which opens Panorama 2013, Rosas worked with graindelavoix, an art collective created by Björn Schmelzer.
Created 27 years ago, Rosas is one of the most respected and indemand dance companies in the world. Choreographer and director of the group Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker conceived a series of impressive choreographic pieces in which she writes with movement in time and space. Her work immediately drew attention with her first piece in 1982, Fase, four movements to the hypnotic music of Steve Reich. Since 1999, art-collective graindelavoix develops work with musicians who wish to experiment with other possibilities besides music, like performance and creation. It uses early music repertoires to shed light on current times. www.rosas.be www.graindelavoix.be
Concept: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Björn Schmelzer Choreography: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker Musical director: Björn Schmelzer Creation and performance: Rosas and graindelavoix: Olalla Alemán / Carla Babelogoto, Haider Al Timimi, Bostjan Antoncic, Aron Blom, Carlos Garbin, Marie Goudot, David Hernandez, Matej Kejzar, Tomàs Maxé, Julien Monty, Chrysa Parkinson, Marius Peterson, Michael Pomero, Albert Riera, Yves Van Handenhove and Sandy Williams Created with: Gabriel Schenker, Mikael Marklund and Lieven Gouwy Music: Ars subtilior Set design: Ann Veronica Janssens Costumes: Anne-Catherine Kunz Rehearsal director: Femke Gyselinck Artistic director’s assistant: Anne Van Aerschot Technical coordinator: Joris Erven Sound: Alexandre Fostier Technicians: Wannes De Rydt and Bert Veris Wardrobe: Emma Zune Special acknowledgement: Johan Penson, Simo Reynders and Maria Eva Rodriguez Co-production: Rosas, La Monnaie / De Munt (Brussels), Festival d’Avignon, Théâtre de la Ville (Paris), Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg, Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht, Guimarães 2012, SteirischerHerbst (Graz), deSingel (Antwerp) and Concertgebouw Brugge (Bruges) World premiere: 16/07/2011 at Festival d’Avignosn. Support for the tour: Flemish Authorities Partner in the tour: SESC-SP
CIDADE DAS ARTES | GRANDE SALA 26 OUT / 21H E 27 OUT / 15H 110min
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Panorama Carioca at Cidade das Artes Restating its significance as one of the main arts festivals in the country and the largest in Rio de Janeiro, Panorama 2013 expands its program throughout the city, landing on the brand-new Cidade das Artes, in Barra da Tijuca, in the city’s West Zone.
João Saldanha | Brasil, RJ
In this co-production between Panorama and Cidade das Artes, the artists share the space with the audience in an environment that is characterized by the idea of entertaining and nurturing those who visit with food, music and dance in different spaces. Piquenique urbano is a sitespecific piece that will occupy and explore the possibilities of the architecture of the monumental Cidade das Artes building. An itinerant duo composed by Ana Paula Marques and Thiago Sancho and choreographed by João Saldanha will spread dance through the performance space.
João Saldanha is one of the most important Brazilian choreographers. He created dozens of pieces conceived with Atelier de Coreografia, the company he directs since 1986 in Rio de Janeiro and which important dance artists from Rio have been parts of. Because of his significance, the Panorama – 20 Anos edition made a retrospective of Saldanha’s work, presenting Paisagem concreta, Núcleos, Qualquer coisa a gente muda and Monocromos.
Foyer, garden, rehearsal room... Cidade das Artes comes in as a new and unprecedented partnership for Panorama, which opens its doors for new works – co-produced by the festival and Cidade das Artes – of three important dance artists from Rio: João Saldanha, Denise Stutz and Gustavo Ciríaco.
Choreography, storyline, lighting, costumes and directing: João Saldanha Creative collaboration and performance: Ana Paula Marques and Thiago Sancho.
CIDADE DAS ARTES | JARDIM 26 OUT / 17H, 27 OUT / 13H L
120min (aprox.) 25 OUT / 16H - Educational Program Session
PANORAMA CARIOCA AT CIDADE DAS ARTES
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Gustavo Ciríaco | Brasil, RJ
Onde o horizonte 27 se move OUT
A landscape brings together men and women, nature and city, history and phantasmagoria. Something nameless, sublime and, at the same time, trite permeates it. The fleeting landscape generates narratives, biographies and fables. In Old Western movies, it was common for something to be seen in the horizon, sometimes blurred by the dust and the scorching sun. These distant figures would reveal themselves little by little, taking shape and materializing as they came towards us. Nowadays, that dimension has been lost. No one seems to come from afar. In Onde o horizonte se move, spectators search the horizon to decipher the figures blurred by the distance, like watchmen from the past. Gustavo Ciríaco works in projects and collaborations involving architecture, visual arts and spectacle. His works are guided by the context in which they take place and by the poetry of the materialness of each situation. He has taken his work to festivals and art institutions in Latin America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. www.gustavociriaco.blogspot.com
CIDADE DAS ARTES | FOYER CENTRAL 26 E 27 OUT / 16H L
45min 25 OUT / 15H - Educational Program Session
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Directing and concept: Gustavo Ciríaco Performers: Ignacio Aldunate, Isabel Martins, João Victor Cavalcanti, Priscila Maia and Tiago Cadete Executive producer: Anna Ladeira | Curto Circuito Produções Production assistant: Gabriella Barbosa Special acknowledgement: Andrew Mitchelson, António Pedro Lopes, Dina Levy, Laura Samy, Letícia Ciríaco, Lucía Russo, João Sanchez, Marianne Baillot, Pedro Rivera, Sandra Carneiro and the Rio Occupation London staff and artists. The project was part of the official programming of Galeria Maus Hábitos, in Guimarães, European Capital of Culture 2012, and of the Rio Occupation London, the Brazilian artistic mission at the London Cultural Olympiad 2012, with performances at V22. Rio Occupation London was commissioned by Rio de Janeiro’s State Culture Secretariat, produced by People’s Palace and co-produced by Battersea Arts Center.
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Denise Stutz | Brasil, RJ
Finita: Portuguese feminine singular noun meaning something that has an end or a limit. Developed over the last two years, Denise Stutz’s new solo was sparked by a letter from her mother. With that inspiration, she used the scenic architecture of theater to elaborate the concept of loss and work with the issues of aging and absence from the perspective of dance. The creative process was posted on a blog: www.denisestutz.wordpress.com.
Denise Stutz began her dance studies in Belo Horizonte (MG). In 1975, along ten other dancers, she created Grupo Corpo. She worked with choreographer Lia Rodrigues as a dancer, teacher and director’s assistant. For more than ten years, she has been creating and performing her own pieces, with wide national and international circulation. Text, directing and performance: Denise Stutz Collaboration: Laura Samy and Clara Kutner Lighting: Daniel Uryon Sound: Luciano Siqueira Music: J.S.Bach (Prelude and Fugue in C major), Tchaikovsky (Nutcracker) and Ray Noble and Al Bowlly (Midnight with the stars and you) Support: Casa da Glória Acknowledgement: Felipe Ribeiro, Lucia Russo, Marcela Levy, Emanuel Aragão, Fernanda Felix, Miwa Yanagizawa, Camila Márdila, Guilherme Stutz, Pedro Coelho, Renato Mangolin, Adriana Penatti, Leysa Vidal, Beatriz Radunski, Isabel Penoni and Espaço Sesc Copacabana.
CIDADE DAS ARTES | SALA ELETROACÚSTICA 26 OUT / 15H, 27 OUT / 18H 14
45min. The sessions are adapted for LIBRAS 25 OUT / 14H - Educational Program Session
PANORAMA CARIOCA AT CIDADE DAS ARTES
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Xavier Le Roy | França / Alemanha
Le sacre du 27 printemps OUT
In the year of the hundredth anniversary of The Rite of Spring, Vaslav Nijinsky’s masterpiece with music by Igor Stravinsky, Festival Pano rama 2013 presents Xavier Le Roy’s solo inspired by this classic. The idea for this piece came up in 2003, when the choreographer watched a Berlin Philharmonic rehearsal conducted by Simon Rattle. Without formal knowledge of music, the French artist painstakingly studied the conductor’s performance as if it were a choreography on its own, unfolding questions such as: when is one conducting and when one is being conducted by this song? Le Roy also presents “Retrospectiva” in this edition of the festival. Xavier Le Roy has worked as a choreographer since 1991. After studying molecular biology, he transitioned from science to art without abandoning his interests, always creating new ways to articulate them. Selfunfinished (1998) and Product of circumstances (1999) are among his best known works, along with several pieces in different formats for theaters, galleries and other venues. He has worked with important international dance artists such as Jérôme Bel and Yvonne Rainer. www.xavierleroy.com
CIDADE DAS ARTES | SALA ELETROACÚSTICA 26 E 27 OUT / 20H 45min
Concept and performance: Xavier Le Roy Music: Igor Stravinsky Sound design: Peter Boehm Recording: Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Sir Simon Rattle Collaborators: Berno Polzer and Bojana Cvejic Executive producer: Vincent Cavaroc / Fanny Herserant Production: Le Kwatt (F) and illusion et macadam (F) Co-production: Centre Chorégraphique National de Montpellier LanguedocRoussillon (Xavier Le Roy Associated Artist 2007/2008), Les Subsistances / Residence - Lyon, Tanz im August - Internationales Tanzfest 2007 – Berlim and PACT Zollverein Choreographisches Zentrum NRW – Essen Support: The National Performance Network with funding provided by the German Federal Cultural Foundation as part of its project Dance Plan Germany. Support for the tour: Institut Français and GoetheInstitut Rio de Janeiro.
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França / Alemanha
“Retrospective” by Xavier Le Roy “Retrospective” is a “choreographic exhibition” in which the performers carry out actions that create different experiences about how we use, consume or produce time. Three compositions are simultaneously set in motion: the duration of each visitor in the piece; the duration of each of the 11 performers’ daily work; and the development of the actions throughout the total duration of the exhibition. “Retrospective” is based on the solos created by Xavier Le Roy between 1994 and 2010 and was created for the first time for Fundació Antoni Tàpies, in Barcelona. The Brazilian version was co-produced with the Interação and Conectividade festival, in Salvador, organized by Grupo Dimenti. The piece uses the concept of retrospective as mode of production, not as a way to show the development of an artist. Along with Le sacre du printemps, this piece completes the French choreographer’s participation in Panorama 2013. Xavier Le Roy’s presence in Brazil is part of the Year of Germany in Brazil.
MUSEU DE ARTE DO RIO (MAR) 25 OUT A 10 NOV / 10H ÀS 17H
Concept: Xavier Le Roy Performers: Volmir Cordeiro, Jacyan Castilho, Laura Samy, Denise Stutz, João Martins, Neto Machado, Jacqueline Eslebão, Fábio Osório Monteiro, Matias Santiago, Jeane Claudino, Daniella Aguiar Production: Le Kwatt Co-production: Fundació Antoni Tàpies Barcelona, Musée de la Danse Rennes Support: Institut français - Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication. Thanks to the participants of the Retrospective as mode of production workshop during ImpulsTanz/ Vienna 2011: Ben Evans, He Jin Jang, Iris Julian, Lenio Kalkea, Arianna Marcoulides, Nibia Pastrana Santiago, Magdalena Ptasznik, Anatoli Vlassov and Marta Ziolek. Support for the tour: Institut Français and GoetheInstitut Rio de Janeiro and Alliance française Rio de Janeiro. Partner in the tour: Festival Interação e Conectividade (Salvador).
CONCEPÇÃO E REALIZAÇÃO
The Museum is closed on Mondays
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Marcela Levi & Lucía Russo | Brasil / Argentina
sandwalk with me In urban centers in 2013, people walk in a hurry. The gaze, the hearing, the path and the walking itself no longer exist. People leave one point to quickly reach another one. The space between these two points doesn’t arouse any interest. sandwalk with me is an excursion that sympathizes with swings, stumbles, the waves of the see and the carts and streetcars that crossed the center of Rio de Janeiro in the beginning of the 20th century. sandwalk with me is an experience that is literally carried by each sandwalker. Come and be a sandwalker! Marcela Levi has been developing projects that dissolve the boundaries between dance and visual arts, creating a language that upsets the hierarchy between body and object: the body becomes an object and objects become body. Restless Lucía Russo moves between artistic creation, transmission and exchange processes and cultural management. In 2010, between Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires, the two artists created Improvável Produções, responsible for the creation and production of Natureza Monstruosa and for the concept of the audience development project Futuros Espectadores. www.marcelalevi.com
Concept and creation: Marcela Levi & Lucía Russo | Improvável Produções Development: Claudio Magalhães, Jorge Lopes and Ricardo Fontes | Núcleo de Experimentacão Tridimensional PUC-Rio Co-production: Festival Panorama Production: Improvável Produções Acknowledgment: Alexandre Francisco, Amália Lima, Bruno Rezende, Carol, Clara Castro, Clara Cavalcante, Denise Stutz, Edivane Silva, Felipe Vian, Francisco Cavalcanti, João Victor Cavalcante, Gabriela Cordovez, Germán Lang, Ginetta Levi Mortera, Gustavo Ciríaco, Ignacio Aldunate, Isabel Martins, Laura Erber, Lia Rodrigues, Luana Bezerra, Lucas Bueno, Luiz Bitencourt (Tortubag) Michelle Outram, Paula Delecave, Pedro Rivera, Rita Natálio, Sérgio Resende, Simone Kennyon, Thiago Souza, Vinny Rigo, Catarina Saraiva, Nayse López and the whole team of Festival Panorama Photography: Álvaro Sánchez-Montañés. The first phase of this project was developed during the RIO OCCUPATION LONDON program conceived by the Rio de Janeiro’s State Culture Secretariat and produced by People’s Palace.
CENTRO CULTURAL BANCO DO BRASIL (CCBB) | FOYER 1º DE MARÇO 30 OUT A 01 NOV, 06 A 08 NOV / 10H / 10H30 MUSEU DE ARTE DO RIO (MAR) | PILOTIS 30 OUT A 01 NOV, 06 A 08 NOV / 16H / 16H30 / 17H30 L
60min (aprox.) Up to 20 participants. The intervention will not be performed in case of rain
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Bruno Beltrão / Grupo de Rua de Niterói | Brasil, RJ
What status does a work of art still hold in the digital era? To what extent processes like remixing, sampling and mash-ups are recognized as basic procedures for artistic creation? In their most recent work, Bruno Beltrão and Grupo de Rua de Niterói celebrate the process of cultural diffusion made easier by new information technologies. CRACKz (which refers to cracking protected software) is based on a series of actions randomly chosen on the Internet by the dancers. The only requirement was that they should choose videos they felt like copying, regardless of aesthetic value. After that, they spent a year rehearsing 28 clips with this “repertoire of humankind’s gestures”. CRACKz marks Bruno Beltrão’s return to Panorama after four years. Bruno Beltrão is one the most praised choreographers of his generation. In 2010, he received The Bessies award in New York City. With Grupo de Rua de Niterói, of which he was one of the founders in 1996, he proposes creative and intelligent deconstructions of the world of street dancing. His company is now one of the most important ones in the European scene, with six pieces presented in 29 countries on their résumé. Since 2011, the company has been sponsored by Petrobras.
Directing, choreography and production: Bruno Beltrão Assistant director: Ugo Alexandre Lighting: Bruno Beltrão and Tiedo Wilschut Dancers: Bárbara Lima, Bruno Duarte, Cleidson Seabra ‘Neguin’, Jonathan Canito, Joseph Antonio, Leandro Gomes ‘Skillo’, Leonardo Ciriaco, Leonardo Galvão, Luiz Carlos Gadelha ‘Maluquinho’, Olye Souza, Ronielson Araújo ‘Kapu’, Samuel Lima ‘Chairspin’, Tito Lacerda, Thiago Amorim Light Engineering: Bas - Bossinade Lightworks / Holland Music: The Vladislav Delay and Quartet Philosophy: Dr. Charles Feitosa Physiotherapist: Dyanne Sant’anna Cook: Vanessa Almeida Sponsor: Petrobras Coproduction: KunstenFestivaldesArts (Brussels), Tanz im August (Berlin), HAU (Berlin), Hellerau European Center for the Arts Dresden, Kampnagel (Hamburg), Ruhrtriennale and PACT Zollverein (Essen), Wexner Center for the Arts (Ohio), Wiener Festwochen (Vienna), Holland Festival (Amsterdam) and Festival d’Automne à Paris, Théâtre de la Ville (Paris) Support: Clube Naval Charitas Acknowledgement: João Marcos Beltrão e Norma Cássia Beltrão, Christophe Slagmuylder, Marie Collin, Mathias Pees, Dieter Jaenicke and Carmen Mehnert, Stefan Scheuermann, Stefan Hilterhaus, Chuck Helm, Bettina Masuch, Associação Fluminense Santa Rosa, Clementino, Tânia Rodrigues and Flávio Chame.
TEATRO JOÃO CAETANO 01 NOV / 20H 50min
02 Tardes no Parque NOV
coLABoratorio @ EAV Parque Lage coLABoratorio is an international contemporary dance artistic residency program organized by Panorama since 2006 in different formats. In its third edition, it restates the goal to stimulate collaborative creation and cultural exchange between national and international artists. In 2013, coLABoratorio joins the Tardes no Parque project, which has been occupying Parque Lage’s Escola de Artes Visuais (EAV) for three years. The scenic result of the researches developed during the residency will be presented there. The selected artists worked with three advisors – choreographers Alejandro Ahmed (SC), Jorge Lopes Ramos (RJ) and Marcelo Evelin (PI) – at Centro Popular de Conspiração Gargarullo, in Miguel Pereira (RJ), from October 14th to 27th. The participants were selected through call-forentries and fitted two basic criteria: motivation to work in a group and adequate availability for the purposes of the meeting. coLABoratio is supported by Iberescena (Fundo de Ajuda para as Artes Cênicas Ibero-Americanas). The residencies were held in collaboration between Associação Ponto de Cultura Espaço Panorama, Centro Coreográfico do Rio de Janeiro and Centro Popular de Conspiração Gargarullo. The artists selected for coLABoratorio 2013: Joseph Patricio (Phillipines/Spain), Volmir Cordeiro (Brazil), Lander Patrick (Brazil), Aimé Pansera (Argentina), Tamia Guayasamin (Ecuador) and María José Cifuentes (Chile). Completing the coLABoratorio program at EAV Parque Lage, Panorama receives Lois Weaver, from England, one of the most important names in international performance art.
EAV PARQUE LAGE 02 E 03 NOV / 13H ÀS 18H
Lois Weaver | EUA / Inglaterra The long table The long table is a performing installation that experiments with the structure of a public debate using a dinner-table format. It encourages informal conversation about serious subjects and experiments with formats for spectators’ participation. In Panorama, Lois Weaver invites the audience to discuss the issues of the day. Lois Weaver is a performer, writer, director and activist. Her researches include live art, performance, feminism, human rights and the relationship between performance and spectators’ participation. She is a professor of contemporary performance at Queen Mary University of London. As part of a human rights program, Lois taught classes in women’s prisons in Brazil and England. She is ahead of the Public Address System, a space for public debate and participation about issues of gender, human rights and activism.
EAV PARQUE LAGE 02 NOV / 14H
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Advisors: Alejandro Ahmed (SC) – Resident choreographer, artistic director and dancer of Grupo Cena 11 Cia. de Dança. His work as a choreographer started in a selftaught way, in response to a need to integrate the way he thought about the world and the dancing he was experimenting with. With Cena 11, he developed a technique – named “physical perception” – that produces dance based on the body and is one of the support points for his work. His gaze has always been directed towards the limitations of the body and the possibilities it allows for transforming the “other”, be it a spectator or an accomplice of the action to which the body is subjected. Jorge Lopes Ramos (RJ) – Living in the United Kingdom since 2000, he was the artistic and executive director of the Zecora URA company between 2001 and 2012. He is currently the associate artistic director of the organization that promotes artistic residencies in Brazil and England. With Zecora URA, he received awards and nominations as a director of interactive theater events. His most acclaimed project was Hotel Medea, which ran for four seasons in London and became the only highlight of Edinburgh Fringe 2011, receiving praises from the specialized media. He has led teams of 50 people from different cultures and backgrounds. He is currently the artistic director of Centro Popular de Conspiração Gargarullo. Marcelo Evelin (PI) – Choreographer, researcher and performer. He has lived in Europe since 1986, where he works with dance and physical theater with professionals from different nationalities, backgrounds and languages (music, videoinstallations and performance). In Teresina (PI), he created Núcleo do Dirceu, a partner of coLABoratorio in 2010, and coordinates it since 2006. He is a resident creator at Hatveem Theater, in Amsterdam, with his Demolition Inc. company, and teaches improvisation and composition at the Amsterdam Mime School. He is one of forerunners of dance, performance and political action in contemporary arts.
Support: GREAT, Arts Council England, Queen Mary University of London, British Council Transform, People’s Palace Projects Brazil, People’s Palace Projects UK and Centro Popular de Conspiração Gargarullo
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Joseph Patricio | Filipinas / Espanha
Volmir Cordeiro | Brasil
Joseph Patricio, also known as Pepe, is Filipino and lives in Spain. With his performances, he seeks creative ways to relate with the other, conceiving situations in which the audience can participate in the work’s final result. He is currently developing the Es cena / Food left project, with the idea of taking a kitchen to alternative spaces and cooking food with whatever is at hand. Throughout 2013, he participated in residencies in Berlin, Germany, and in Asturias, Spain.
Volmir Cordeiro was born in Santa Catarina (Brazil). He has a degree in theater from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and a master’s degree in dance, creation and performance from University of Paris 8 and from Centre National de Danse Contemporaine d’Angers (France). Since 2004, he has dedicated himself to contemporary dance creation. He was awarded with Prêmio Funarte Klauss Vianna de Dança 2007 to create, direct and perform Hipo-teses para o corpo ou como se agarra o mundo com uma mordida. In 2012, he premiered Céu, his first solo piece, which was developed at Centre National de Danse Contemporaine de Angers. He was part of the companies of Alejandro Ahmed and Lia Rodrigues. He currently works with Laurent Pichaud, Loic Touzé and Anne Kerzehro and Xavier Le Roy, besides being a performer for choreographer Emmanuelle Huynh.
Volmir was one of the artists of the 2012 Panorama Futuro program.
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Lander Patrick | Brasil
Aimé Pansera | Argentina
Lander Patrick is Brazilian and has been living in Portugal for many years. In 2011, he graduated from Escola Superior de Dança and soon after joined the Erasmus program at ArtEZ voor den Kunsten, in the Netherlands. With the solo Noodles never break when boiled, he was selected for 1º Andar – Mostra de Criadores Emergentes 2012, in Castelo Branco, Portugal. Besides with own work, Lander also collaborates as a creator and as a performer with independent artists in Portugal and in other European countries. He is currently developing the project You can blow it when you want.
Aimé Pansera was born in 1986, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied performing arts in France and in Spain and developed her first works there. She is part of the Melena collective and collaborates with other artists as an assistant, dramaturge and producer. She has a doctorate in performing arts by Université de Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle. In 2008, she lived in Barcelona, Spain, where she had closer contact with contemporary dance. There, she took classes with Roger Bernat and Rosa Muñoz, among others. She directed Proyecto B, her first theater and dance piece, in 2009. In 2011, she was an artist-in-residence at La Caldera and at tragantDansa, in Barcelona. In that same year, the Melena collective was born. www.melenacolectiva.wix.com
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Tamia Guayasamin | Equador
María José Cifuentes | Chile
Tamia Guayasamin was born and lives in Ecuador. She is an independent choreographer, performer and producer. In 2008, she received an award from the Ecuadorian Ministry of Culture for En el principio, a piece that toured through Ecuador and came to Brazil. In 2011, she was part of the STILL_MÓVIL project, for which she created Animal que muta, in collaboration with Manuel Vason. Since 2009, she codirects Festival Internacional Videodanza Ecuador and co-organizes the meetings Diálogos con la Danza. She is a member of Red Sudamericana de Danza and has participated in many artistic residency projects in several countries, including Brazil.
María José Cifuentes is Chilean. She is a doctorate candidate in history and in arts and humanities, developing a research called Teatralidad doméstica: la historia de la casa como espacio de resistencia y disidencia del arte. She has been developing teaching and research work in performing arts since 2006. She wrote the book História social de la danza en Chile: visiones, escuelas y discursos, 1940-1990 and co-wrote Danza independiente en Chile: reconstrucción de una escena, 1990-2000. She is a researcher at Centro de Investigación y Memoria de las Artes Escénicas – CIM/Ae (Chile) and at ARTEA – Creación y investigación escénica (Spain). Since 2011, she directs, along with Simón Pérez and Jorge Tieffenberg, the Festival Escena Doméstica, in Chile, which proposes to take artists’ performances into people’s homes.
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Olivia Grandville | França
Le cabaret 03 discrépant NOV
In Le cabaret discrépant, bodies have as much to say as words. Inspired by Lettrism – a movement that valued the sound of words, created by poets Isidore Isou, Gabriel Pommerand, François Dufrêne and Maurice Lemaitre in the 1940’s–, Olivia Grandville decided to make a choreography after being in contact with a little book about dance called Chiselling Dance, written by Lemaitre with a preface by Isou. She was surprised with descriptions of choreographies “to be completed or invented” that reflect current issues of the choreographic practice, even though they dated from the 1950’s. Le cabaret discrépant is a playful and irreverent tribute to a group of young utopians that dreamt of a “heavenly society” in which the values of art would have replaced those of money. On November 2 and 3, the artist will also promote two flashmobs within Panorama 2013. Times and places will be announced on the festival’s social networks. And on November 1, Olivia participates in the Documents :: Movements Seminar. Olivia Grandville participated as a performer in the works of Maguy Marin, Bob Wilson and Dominique Bagouet. Passionate about the correlations between words and gestures, she uses an aesthetics that puts the body at the center of a network of relations with other media. Parallel to her work as a choreographer, she recently worked as a performer with Vincent Dupont and Boris Charmatz. She had classic training and spent the first years of her career in the Paris Opera Ballet.
TEATRO MUNICIPAL CARLOS GOMES 02 E 03 NOV / 20H 80min
Concept: Olivia Grandville, based on Isidore Isou Artistic collaboration and lighting: Yves Godin Performers: Olivia Grandville, Catherine Legrand, Sylvain Prunenec, Pascal Quéneau, Manuel Vallade, Ana Maria Krein, Luanna Jimenes, Lucas Delﬁno and Patrícia Arabe Installation concept: Michel Jacquelin / Odile Darbelley Sound concept: Karelle Ménine and Eric la Casa Graphic design: Martin Verdet Executive producer: Magali Larché Tour production: Raphaël Saubole Acknowledgement: Fanny de Chaillé and François Chaignaud Production: La Spirale de Caroline Co-production: Centre de Développement Chorégraphique Toulouse / Midi Pyrénées, Musée de la Danse – Centre Chorégraphique National de Rennes et de Bretagne, Centre Chorégraphique National de Montpellier, within the Domaines, Arcadi program Support: DRAC Île-de-France and Association Beaumarchais – SACD, La Ménagerie de Verre, within Studiolab, and Mécènes du Sud. Support for the tour: Institut Français, Consulate General of France in Rio de Janeiro and Alliance française of Rio de Janeiro. Partner in the tour: Sesc-SP.
Roger Bernat | Espanha
Domínio público is like a life-size board game, in which the spectator is much more than just a piece. The action takes shape with instructions carefully orchestrated by Bernat, in order to investigate the narrative possibilities that emerge in a collective trying to organize itself. Micro-communities are formed and come apart, reflecting some social patterns that are decisive to reach the end of the action.
Roger Bernat creates pieces in which the audience is the protagonist, as he invites spectators to take control of all the actions in his performances. His work includes Pura coincidência (2009), Please continue: Hamlet (2011), Voto pendente (2012), RE-presentação (2013) and La consagracion de la primavera, also part of Panorama’s 2013 programming. Bernat worked with a group of kids to conceive a version of Domínio Público aimed at teenagers. www.rogerbernat.info
Creation, directing and voice-over: Roger Bernat/FFF Students that collaborated in the creative process: Adriana Bertran, Aleix Fauró, Anna Roca, Sònia Espinosa, Tonina Ferrer and María Salguero Translation and off-stage voice: Amarilis Vitale Cardoso Music: W.A Mozart, A.P. Borodin, G. Mahler, A. Dvorak, B. Smetana, J. Sibelius, J. Williams and E. Grieg Music selection, editing and versions: Juan Cristóbal Saavedra Vial Photography: Txalo Toloza and Cristina Fontsaré Photos of the piece: Blenda, Brasília, agosto / 2013 Technical directing: Txalo Toloza Graphic design: Marie-Klara González Acknowledgment: Víctor Molina and Mia Esteve Coordination: Helena Febrés Production: Elèctra Produccions Coproduction: La Mekànica / APAP, Teatre Lliure and Centro Párraga Support: Generalitat de Catalunya / Entitat Autònoma de Difusió Cultural – Departament de Cultura i Mitjans de Comunicació, United Europe Community – General Direction of Education and Culture / Programa Cultural 2007-2013 and Ministerio de Educación, Deporte y Cultura/INAEM and Institut Ramon Llull. Support for the tour: Institut Ramon Llull.
OI FUTURO FLAMENGO 06 E 07 NOV / 19H, 08 NOV 10H* E 15H* 60min *Sessions especially presented for a young audience
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Fabián Barba/Busy Rocks Equador / Bélgica
A Mary Wigman 09 dance evening NOV Fascinated by the work of German choreographer Mary Wigman, one of the pioneers of modern dance, dancer and choreographer Fabián Barba reconstructed her expressionist pieces performed in the United Stated, based on videos, dancers’ accounts and photos. In his first work with Wigman’s repertoire, Schwingende Landschaft, Barba created a cycle based on seven solos from 1929. A Mary Wigman dance evening comes from more extensive material of the German artist and further develops the tension between the original pieces and their restagings. Fabián Barba created the collective Busy Rocks with five other P.A.R.T.S. students. After participating in some collective creations, he created his first solo piece in 2009. Parallel to his own work, he collaborates as a performer with artists such as Thomas Hauert / ZOO, DD Dorvilier and Olga de Soto. He was awarded the Prix Jardin d’Europe for A Mary Wig man dance evening.
Concept and dance: Fabián Barba Counselors: Katharine Sehnert, Irene Sieben and Susanne Linke Costumes: Sarah-Christine Reuleke Ligthing: Geni Diez Music writing for Anruf Pastorale, Seraphisches Lied, Sturmlied and SoundmerlicherTanz: Hanns Hasting Music writing for Raumgestalt, Zeremonielle Gestalt and Drehmonotonie: Sascha Demand Production: K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie, Tanzplan Hamburg (Germany) Co-production: Fabrik Potsdam within Tanzplan Potsdam Artistsin-Residence (Germany), Kaaitheater (Brussels), P.A.R.T.S. (Brussels) and wp Zimmer (Antwerp) Support: Mary Wigman Gesellschaft (Hamburg and Bremen, Germany) and PACT Zollverein Essen (Germany) Tour: Caravan Production Special acknowledgement: Stephan Dörschel and Timmy De Laet. Thanks also to all those who attended the rehearsals and were available to get to know my opinions and comments and to share knowledge. Support for the tour: Flemish Authorities.
TEATRO MUNICIPAL CARLOS GOMES 08 E 09 NOV / 20H 60min
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Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz | Portugal
Um gesto que não 07 passa de uma ameaça NOV
In Um gesto que não passa de uma ameaça, Sofia Dias and Vítor Roriz conceive words as bodies that are subjected to the logic of movement composition. Like when we repeat a word until it loses its meaning, this piece seeks to situate the audience in that moment of losing and assigning meaning, of degeneration and transformation, aligning itself with the chaotic way the mind perceives and connects events. To consider a word as a body means dealing with its full potential, it means taking not only its meaning into account but also its musical plasticity and its relationship with voice, breathing and music. Sofia Dias’ dance training was split between New York and C.e.m, in Lisbon. She has worked with choreographers from Portugal and other European countries. Vítor Roriz has a degree in physical education, dance and performing arts. He was a grantee of DanceWeb2011 and participated in the multidisciplinary projects COLINA/06 (Tallinn, Estonia) and APAP/07 (Torres Vedras, Portugal). Since 2006, Vítor and Sofia collaborate in the research and creation of dance works, performed in European countries. They are associated artists of Materiais Diversos (Lisbon) and d’O Espaço do Tempo (Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal).
Directing, text and performance: Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz Sound: Sofia Dias Artistic collaboration: Catarina Dias (images on stage) Technical directing and lighting: Nuno Borda de Água Costumes: Lara Torres Co-production: Box Nova / CCB, O Espaço do Tempo and CDCE Partners: alkantara, ACCCA, O Rumo do Fumo, O Negócio / ZDB and BainsConnective Publicity: Materiais Diversos Project financed by: Portuguese Government/ Secretary of State of Culture – DG Artes. Support for the tour: Ministry of Culture of Portugal/ General Direction of the Arts international program Partners in the tour: Bienal Internacional de Dança do Ceará and Festival Contemporâneo de Dança - SP.
ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNICIPAL SÉRGIO PORTO 06 E 07 NOV / 21H 40min (aprox.)
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Panorama Futuro Since 2010, the Panorama Futuro project opens space in the festival’s programming for the audience to get to know the new generation of contemporary dancers. This year, the four evenings dedicated to the program will be shared between Cia. Balé Baião, from Ceará, and Eduardo Fukushima, from São Paulo, who will perform two solos.
Cia. Balé Baião de Dança Contemporânea | Brasil, CE Lamentos e gozos da Imperatriz de Itapipoca More than building expressive, linear and expansive body movements, Lamentos e gozos da Imperatriz de Itapipoca challenges the performers to be receptive and to cooperate through direct and indirect contact with a rectangular piece of wood. These interactions create poetic atmospheres, meeting and staying points, portals of countless sizes and shapes that are opened upon what is invisible and unspeakable. Choreographers Marcelo Evelin, Andrea Bardawil and Lia Rodrigues contributed to the concept of the piece. The title is a tribute to the inhabitants of Itapipoca (CE) and to the city itself, which used to be called Vila da Imperatriz during the colonial period. For 20 years, Cia. Balé Baião has been developing a pioneer project in contemporary dance research, creation and ongoing training in the city of Itapipoca, in Ceará. The company is composed by dancer-performerscreators and teaching artists that develop collaborative and socio-educational artistic work. It currently functions as a Ponto de Cultura at the old sawmill donated by the father of the company’s director, Gerson Moreno. Creation: Cia. Balé Baião Scene directing: Gerson Moreno Proposals: Marcelo Evelin, Andrea Bardawil and Lia Rodrigues Performers: Cacheado Braga, Edileusa Inácio, Edilene Soriano, Gerson Moreno and Viana Júnior.
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CAIXA CULTURAL | TEATRO DE ARENA 05 E 06 NOV / 19H 35min
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Eduardo Fukushima | Brasil, SP Entre contenções & Como superar o grande cansaço? The Entre contenções and Como superar o grande cansaço? solos represent two stages of the contemporary dance language research Eduardo Fukushima has been carrying out since 2007, based on autobiographical issues and feelings. The dancing is the question itself, as will to power and generator of movement. The first piece uses the least possible amount of scenic elements, creating a dance that takes place in the rawness of space. The second solo is an answer to the question-title. The action emerges from physical weariness, from exhaustion. The choreography is built upon gestures and intentions within a specific movement combined with repetition and breathing. Despite the fatigue, the dance continues to be... fast. Eduardo Fukushima is a choreographer, performer and teacher. He was granted the Swiss scholarship Rolex Mentor and Protègè Arts Initiative 2012-2013 to study in Taiwan for a year with choreographer Lin Hwain Min, artistic director of Cloud Gate Dance Theatre. He has worked with choreographers Ângelo Madureira and Ana Catarina Vieira, Célia Gouvêa, Luis Fernando Bongiovanni and Miyako Kato. He received awards for the solos he will perform within Panorama Futuro. www.fukushimaeduardo.wordpress.com
Entre contenções | Directing, creation and performance: Eduardo Fukushima Guidance during the creative process: Key Sawao, Ricardo Iazzetta and Daniel Fagundes General artistic assistants: Hideki Matsuka, Beatriz Sano and Julia Rocha Staging technical director: Igor Sane Lighting: Igor Sane and Eduardo Fukushima Photos: Inês Correa. Research developed by Projeto 10 Solos e Reverberações 2008, Núcleo Key Zetta and Cia., Prêmio Funarte Klauss Vianna. Como superar o grande cansaço? | Directing, creation and performance: Eduardo Fukushima Guidance during the creative process: Key Sawao Sound creation: Felipe Ribeiro General artistic assistants: Hideki Matsuka, Beatriz Sano and Julia Rocha Staging technical director: Igor Sane Lighting: Igor Sane and Eduardo Fukushima Photos: Inês Correa. Research subsidized by Rumos Dança Itaú Cultural 2009-2010.
CAIXA CULTURAL | TEATRO DE ARENA 08 E 09 NOV / 19H 18min + 27min
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Sílvia Real e Sérgio Pelágio | Portugal
Meet Miss Domicília, created in 1997 by Sílvia Real and Sérgio Pelágio. She is a technology-dependent urban character, a caricature of domestic life nowadays. After experiencing the situations of Casio Tone (1997) and Subtone (2003), it’s now time for the audience of Panoraminha to embark in the dream vacations of Miss Domicília in Tritone. The piece mixes different artistic languages and takes inspiration from very distinct sources such as the work of French filmmaker Jacques Tati and Vasco Granja, the pioneer of animation in Portugal. The Miss Domicília trilogy is a combination of languages that crosses different intertextual levels, activating a series of references and reaching an audience that goes from children to adults.
Silvia Real was a performer for João Fiadeiro, Vera Mantero, Miguel Pereira and Francisco Camacho. In 1998, along with musician and composer Sérgio Pelágio, she created the Produções Real Pelágio Cultural Association. Sérgio Pelágio has played with David Liebman, Andy Sheppard, Graham Haynes, Frank Lacy, Norma Winston, John Abercrombie, Sylvia Cuenca, Mário Franco, Bernardo Sassetti and Mário Laginha, among others. He has worked as a composer with choreographers Paulo Ribeiro, Paula Massano, João Galante, Teresa Prima, Vera Mantero, Francisco Camacho and Sílvia Real. www.realpelagio.com
CIDADE DAS ARTES | SALA DE ENSAIO 26 OUT / 16H, 27 OUT / 11H ER
45min 25 OUT / 10H - Educational Program Session
Storyline and performance: Sílvia Real Storyline and sound design: Sérgio Pelágio Technical direction and lighting operation: Carlos Ramos Set design and graphic design: Carlos Bártolo Stage assistant: Élio Antunes Costumes, props, stage direction and local production: Ana Teresa Real Animation: Daltonic Brothers (João Pedro Gomes – directing; Paulo Abreu – photographs; Patrícia Rego – assistant) Sound design for the animation, sound and image operation: Simão Costa International production: Clara Riso Coproduction: Culturgest, Fundação Centro Cultural de Belém, Teatro Viriato, Festival Y / Quarta Parede, Centro de Artes de Sines, Centro Cultural do Cartaxo, Teatro Circo Support: Segway, Revista NADA, Daltonic Brothers, Miso Records, Restart - Escola de criatividade e novas tecnologias and Cadigital - Atelier de Impressão Acknowledgement: alkantara, Eira, Perseu Mandillo, Rosa Peliças, José Fabião, João and Tuta, Teatro São Luiz Rehearsal space support: Teatro da Voz (Escola Voz do Operário/Lisboa). Support for the tour: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian - Programa de Língua e Cultura Portuguesas 2013. Partners in the tour: Fórum Internacional de Dança (FID-BH) and SESC-SP.
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Elisabete Finger | Brazil, PR
BURACO was born out of a desire to share other possible relationship logics with children, opening space for a sensory and sensitive adventure. On stage, three performers take off for an adventure: they pierce large, small, green, dark, noisy and silent landscapes. BURACO is an adventure of matter, everything is pierced and everything pierces. Without transitions. A whole world fits in.
Elisabete Finger is a performer and choreographer. Since 2010, she lives and works between Berlin (Germany) and Curitiba (Brazil), developing projects with other artists. She was an artist-in-residence at Casa Hoffman - International Center for Movement Studies (Curitiba, 2004), was part of the Essais program at CNDC d’Angers (France, 2005/2006) and completed the Master of Arts Solo/ Dance/ Authorship (SODA) at HZT/UdK (Berlin, 2010-2012). She was one of the members of the Couve-Flor Minicomunidade Artística Mundial. Concept, directing and creation: Elisabete Finger Creation and performance: Cinira Macedo, Jamil Cardoso and Sandro Amaral Assistance and accompaniment: Litó Walkey and Xenia Hauf Props and costumes: Elisabete Finger, Marion Montel and Marcelo Busato (construction) Lighting: Fábia Regina and Yair Vardi Production: Cândida Monte and Wellington Guitti (Brazil) and Ana Rocha (Germany) Support and residencies: Pact Zollverein and Fabrik Potsdam Coproduction: Uferstudios (Berlin), Pact Zollverein (Essen) and Festival Panorama de Dança (Rio de Janeiro) Acknowledgement: Barbara Friedrich, Eva Maria Hoerster, Thiago Granato, Neto Machado, Jorge Alencar, Danilo Viana, Kerem Gelebek, Lena Sommer, Murilo Moregola and Ana Trincão. This project was financed by Prêmio Rumos Itaú Cultural Dança 2012/2013 and Prêmio Funarte Petrobras de Dança Klauss Vianna/2012 (Brazil); by Senatskanzlei ‐ Kulturelle Angelegenheiten and Bezirksamt Mitte, Fachbereich Kunst und Kultur – Bezirkskulturfonds Berlin (Germany).
Since 2008, Panoraminha has been an entryway for children audience development and awareness through art. The program has gathered more than six thousand children over the years, through partnerships with educational institutions. This year, two pieces will spark the audience’s curiosity about different worlds.
ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNICIPAL SÉRGIO PORTO 02 E 03 NOV / 17H ER
45min 04 NOV / 10H E 15H - Educational Program Session
Panorama @ HAPPENINGS Panorama’s loud and unexpected cousin, HAPPENINGS has been an associated project since last year. This year, for the first time, it takes place in Casa França-Brasil, which will receive, on a weekend, collective actions involving performances, space for debates and experimental sounds. Curated by Batman Zavareze, HAPPENINGS 2013 also celebrates the hundredth anniversary of Nijinsky and Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. The participating artists were invited to revisit the classic as an inspiration for new creations.
In another tribute of Panorama 2013 to the hundredth anniversary of The Rite of Spring, Nijinsky and Stravinsky’s masterpiece, Roger Bernat makes an invitation to experience the historical 1975 staging created by Pina Bausch in La consagración de la primavera in a different way. The piece mixes characteristics of a game and of choreography. Within this edition of the Festival, the audience can also enjoy another performance by Bernat: Domínio público. Music: Igor Stravinsky Scenic creation: Roger Bernat, based on choreography by Pina Bausch Collaboration: Txalo Toloza, María Villalonga, Ray Garduño, José-Manuel López Velarde, Tomás Alzogaray, Brenda Vargas, Diana Cardona, Annel Estrada and Viani Salinas Technical directing: Txalo Toloza Sound Design: Rodrigo Espinosa Editing: Juan Cristóbal Saavedra Vial Image design: Marie-Klara González Coordination: Helena Febrés Executive production in Mexico: Alicia Laguna Production assistant in Mexico: Antígona González and Mariana Toledo Conducted by: Don Moisés Production: Elèctrica Produccions Co-production: Teatre Lliure, Festival Instal·laccions / Ajuntament de Cambrils and Festival Transversales (Mexico) Support: Programa del Fondo Cultural Unión Europea en México, Ministerio de Educación Deporte y Cultura / INAEM and Institut Ramon Llull.
On November 10, Panorama 2013’s closing party takes place with LULU ROUGE, composed by Danish duo DJ T.O.M. and DJ Buda.
Support for the tour: Institut Ramon Lilull
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Roger Bernat | Espanha La consagración de la primavera
CASA FRANÇA-BRASIL | ESPAÇO CENTRAL 09 E 10 NOV / 20H 50min
Charles Feitosa | Brasil, RJ THE AESTHETICS OF SCREAMING What is so disturbing and fascinating about screaming? What is relationship between the voice that screams and the voice that sings or speaks? LIBRARY 14H 90min
Natsuko Tezuka | Japão ANATOMICAL EXPERIENCE / THE REQUEST VERSION
On this version of one of her solos, Japanese performer Natsuko Tezuka’s follows the instructions sent by the audience for the movements of her body. www.natsuko-english.blogspot.com.br LIBRARY 15H30 30min In the year of the hundredth anniversary of The Rite of Spring a group of artists was invited to revisit the classic especially for HAPPENINGS @ Panorama. The result is an occupation of the spaces of Casa França-Brasil in multiple formats, with sound installations and performances.
Maria Alice Poppe + Tato Taborda www.matthias.grob.org/TatoTabordaP.htm CENTRAL SPACE / 16H, 30min
Coletivo XPLAU e Nado Leal The XPLAU collective and DJ Nado Leal add beats, samples and interventions with synthesizers and noises of a work in progress. They will also use parts of other renditions in the composition. A yet unseen experience produced in less than 24 hours and performed live at HAPPENINGS 2013. CENTRAL SPACE 16H 60min
Dany Roland Drummer, music producer and actor Dany Roland will remix The Rite of Spring, assembling classics, noises, timbres and sounds that are unknown yet familiar to anyone. CENTRAL SPACE 17H 120min
Roger Bernat | Espanha LA CONSAGRACIÓN DE LA PRIMAVERA
CENTRAL SPACE / 20H, 60min
LULU ROUGE / DJs T.O.M. e Buda Dinamarca PANORAMA 2013 CLOSING PARTY EXTERNAL AREA 21H-00H
www.duplexx.com.br GALLERY 2 / 16H30, 30min
Vivian Caccuri + Arto Lindsay www.viviancaccuri.net www.artolindsay.com GALLERY 1 / 17H, 30min
Tato Taborda e Maria Alice Poppe
Alexandre Fenerich + Daniel Quaranta
CENTRAL SPACE / 17H30, 30min
Franz Manata + Saulo Laudares
www.arturfidalgo.com.br/bio_franzesaulo.html CENTRAL SPACE / 18H, 60min
Roger Bernat | Espanha LA CONSAGRACIÓN DE LA PRIMAVERA
CENTRAL SPACE / 20H, 60min
ASSOCIATED PROJECT | HAPPENINGS
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Educational Program Festival Panorama’s Educational Project intends to promote artistic experimentation and reflection through the relationship between its different audiences and contemporary art. In the 2013 programming activities that stimulate thinking and criticism, as well as audience development initiatives, are part of workshops, seminars, laboratories, meeting with educational professionals, film screenings, shows for children and young people.
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Based on common points of interest in the programming, the Festival’s Educational Project establishes partnerships with the government, educational and cultural institutions, communities, NGO’s, public and private schools, universities, cultural centers, museums and educational, social and cultural programs of the city and the state of Rio de Janeiro, enabling free entrance for shows.
In partnership with the Dance Course of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Panorama develops an internship program for undergraduate students who wish to act as cultural mediators in the Educational Program, facilitating the dialogue between different audiences and the artistic programming.
Since 2009, Festival Panorama has been investing in volunteer training as an opportunity to give young students access to the job market. The Festival represents a learning environment by means of a learning pathway that includes experiencing the daily activities of the event in different areas and being able to participate in the Cultural Management and Production Workshops offered by Panorama’s team.
In this edition, Festival Panorama organizes the Critique Laboratory for the second time. Produced in partnership with the Dance Theory Course of the Body Art Department of EEFD-UFRJ, the activity is coordinated by professor Sérgio Andrade. The Laboratory will deal with issues like the critic gaze towards a dance piece, criticism as a translation device and criticism in the media.
Panorama @ Arenas This year, the Festival starts an unprecedented partnership with the Arenas Culturais of the Rio de Janeiro City Culture Secretariat. The Arenas of Pavuna and Penha will receive contemporary dance workshops with African choreographer Marcel Gbeffa, from Benin, and screenings of films from Videoteca Panorama’s collection. Support for the tour: Alliance française Rio de Janeiro
CONTEMPORARY DANCE WORKSHOP Improvisation and contact workshop with choreographer and artistic director of Companhia Multicorps, in Benin (Africa), Marcel Gbeffa. ARENA DA PENHA, 15 OUT / 18H30 TO 22H30 ARENA DA PAVUNA, 19 OUT / 14H TO 18H
PANORAMA VIDEO LIBRARY Videoteca Panorama will be at the Arenas of Pavuna and Penha. Films about hip-hop and street-dance will be screened in a session specially conceived for both venues. ARENA DA PAVUNA, 30 OUT / 19H ARENA DA PENHA, 05 NOV / 19H
Panorama at University The project that started in 2012 was expanded into the University – LAB UNI, a meeting among researchers of the arts of the body held for three days at Oi Futuro Flamengo. The project is a partnership between the Festival and the Arts of the Body Department of. See pages 28 and 29.
Culture Point Panorama Ponto de Cultura Espaço Panorama connects and strengthens the ongoing activities of Associação Cultural Panorama that were born within Festival Panorama but took on a life of their own. Production, development and awareness to dance are fostered in projects that promote, support and spread contemporary dance on a national and international level. The main activities are awareness through dance workshops and the activities related to Videoteca Panorama. Ponto de Cultura Espaço Panorama is part of the Ministry of Culture’s Cultura Viva program, associated with the Rio de Janeiro’s State Culture Secretariat.
Panorama Video Library Videoteca Panorama has over two thousand dance films, including recordings of shows, performances and videodances. The collection has been open to the public since 2011 and has been constantly receiving new contributions. It is a non-profit initiative aiming to contribute to the development of the artistic field of dance, by increasing access to recordings of dance works. Since its opening in Ponto de Cultura, Videoteca has served hundreds of people, either in visits to its physical space or in itinerant projects and participations in events produced by the project or by partner institutions. Videoteca also collaborates by reproducing its collection for the libraries of dance colleges.
Panorama Video Library on the streets! The Videoteca Panorama on the streets! project screens films each first Wednesday of each month. On the street at Rua da Lapa, in front of building 213, in the center of Rio de Janeiro, the screenings publicize the collection and the other projects of Videoteca, showcase dance and media artists and present issues related to the art of dance. After each session, right on the public square, guests discuss the contents that were presented, valuing the occupation of the public space and increasing the population’s access to dance production and its dialogues.
Classes and workshops The workshops of Ponto de Cultura da Associação Cultural Panorama aim to create a space for ongoing development, with activities related to the practice and the theory of contemporary dance for a diverse public. The workshops have been held in many neighborhoods – and even some other cities in the state. They took place in places such as the Talavera Bruce Women’s Prison, the Nise da Silveira Psychiatric Hospital, Olympic Villages and theaters in Rio’s North and West Zones, as well as Pontos de Cultura in communities all over the state. Ponto de Cultura Espaço Panorama currently maintains two workshops: dance classes at IPUB / UFRJ Psychiatric Hospital and the Sensibilizando o olhar… Dançando workshop, which is being developed in four municipal schools in the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro.
05 Lab Uni – University NOV A Laboratory the Panorama at the Universities project that started in 2012, Festival Pano 07 Continuing rama presents the University Laboratory 2013, at Oi Futuro Flamengo. Lab Uni – a partNOV
nership between Panorama and the Body Art Department of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) – is a meeting among researchers from Brazilian universities focused on body and performance studies. A space for free experimentation, with presentations of works in different formats selected through a call-for-entries.
OI FUTURO FLAMENGO 11H ÀS 18H The program of the roundtables and selected works is available at www.panoramafestival.com
Roger Bernat | Espanha RE-presentación: Numax A special session of one of Roger Bernat’s most important pieces opens the university meeting and presents the reconstruction process of the Catalan director. In 1979, after two and a half years of strikes, protests and self-management, the workers of appliance factory Numax, in Barcelona, decided to make a documentary in partnership with film-maker Joaquim Jordá to tell the story of their struggle. Committee meetings and assemblies are depicted in the film. In the RE-presentación: Numax performance, Roger Bernat invites the audience to participate in recreating some of the situations experienced by the factory workers.
OI FUTURO FLAMENGO 05 NOV / 11H 60min
28 PANORAMA AT UNIVERSITY
29 Documents :: Movement Seminar OUT
A space to reflect about the Panorama 2013 programming, the seminar inaugurates a partnership between Festival Panorama, Museu de Arte do Rio - MAR and the Rio de Janeiro Federal University (UFRJ), through the Art of the Body Department. Based on the issues of the restagings and re-enactments in different formats that are present in the 2013 programming, the seminar gathers Brazilian and international artists and researchers to discuss this kind of artistic practice and its historical and political context. Panorama 2013 takes a look at some historical moments of the Avant-garde movements of the 20th century and the possibilities of thinking about the exchange between body-movement and social-movement. Support: GREAT, Arts Council England e Queen Mary University of London, British Council Transform, People’s Palace Projects do Brasil e People’s Palace Projects UK, Institut Français.
MUSEU DE ARTE DO RIO - MAR TIMES BELOW
Bojana Cvejic | Sérvia / Bélgica The artist will present a perspective of aesthetic continuity between everyday movements and dance, allowing for a redefinition of ideological operation modes such as “aesthetic” and “performative”. Mediator: Maria Alice Motta 11H ÀS 13H
Xavier Le Roy | França / Alemanha Christophe Wavelet | França Based on”Retrospective”, by Xavier Le Roy exhibition that will be part of Panorama 2013 and present at MAR, a creator and a researcher talk about forms of documentation, showing the audience two different ways to look at a piece of performing art and the possibilities for documenting it. Mediator: Mariana Trotta 14H ÀS 17H
André Lepecki | USA Lepecki will approach some recent cases of performance art and contemporary dance that privilege a will to remake. Through that will, archive and transformation are united in the same act, revealing how recent performances create a short circuit of temporal and historical coordinates - thus remaking the very idea of “art piece” and therefore the very function of the author. Mediator: Sérgio Andrade 11H ÀS 13H
Lois Weaver | EUA / Inglaterra Olivia Grandville | França Under the mark of social change, many social movements take on a performative aspect. Participating in Panorama’s programming with Le cabaret discrépant, Olivia Grandville talks about her work and what the lettrist movement meant, while researcher Lois Weaver talks about activism and how art can reinvent society. Mediator: Marina Martins 14H ÀS 17H
PANORAMA AT UNIVERSITY
06 Dancing disidentity: NOV A after Butoh to the retrospective of artist Yayoi Kusama at CCBB, Pano 10 Parallel rama 2013 opens space for Japanese performance with the Dancing NOV
Disidentity: After Butoh showcase, curated by Japanese critic Daisuke Muto. An Avant-garde performance movement that emerged in Japan in the 1960s, butoh was an experiment of rejecting traditional Japanese and Western dance disciplines to reveal a bare body and its vital force and mobility. Thus, butoh was a resistance to the idea of the body as an agency of “Japaneseness”. Even after butoh declined around the late 1980s, this basic idea of corporeal resistance to identity politics seems to remain in contemporary dance-makers. The Dancing Disidentity: After Butoh showcase presents to the audience of Panorama three creations by artists who explore influences that range from traditional butoh to pop dance. In Chinese Flower (90min), Kota Yamazaki combines different dance languages to build a beautiful disorder. An original choreography that mixes Eastern and Western influences, including butoh, Yamazaki’s work has been described as “butoh on speed” for carrying the classic discipline and theatricality of the Japanese dance style. Shigehiro Ide captures daily movements in his humorously schizophrenic choreography. In 1995, he created the IDEVIAN Crew, which seeks to explore the personality of each dancer. The choreographer participates in the showcase with Kankeisha Deluxe (60min), from 2004. Private Trace 2009 (25min) is a piece to observe relationships. Natsuko Tezuka proposes the observation of a very familiar situation - we will probably never know what really happens there. The artist works in disassembling and decomposing the human body. Since 2001, she has been producing solos for the Anatomical experiment, in which she explores concentration and actions in her own body. One of the performances will be enacted live in the HAPPENINGS program. The film showcase and Natsuko Tezuka at HAPPENINGS are produced in partnership with Kyoto Experiment.
CENTRO CULTURAL BANCO DO BRASIL (CCBB) | CINEMA 2 06 NOV A 10 NOV
06 NOV 16H Kota YAMAZAKI, Chinoise Flower (90min) 18H S higehiro Ide/IDEVIAN Crew, Kankeisha Deluxe (60min) + Natsuko Tezuka, Private Trace 2009 (25min) 07 NOV 14H Shigehiro IDE/IDEVIAN crew, Kankeisha Deluxe (60 min) + Natsuko TEZUKA, Private Trace 2009 (25min) 18H Kota YAMAZAKI, Chinoise Flower (90 min) 08 NOV 16H Shigehiro IDE/IDEVIAN crew, Kankeisha Deluxe (60 min) 18H Kota YAMAZAKI, Chinoise Flower (90 min) + Natsuko TEZUKA, Private Trace 2009 (25min) 09 NOV 14H Kota YAMAZAKI, Chinoise Flower (90 min) 16H Palestra com o curador da Mostra, o critico de dança japonês Daisuke Muto. 18H Shigehiro IDE/IDEVIAN crew, Kankeisha Deluxe (60 min) + Natsuko TEZUKA, Private Trace 2009 (25min) 10 NOV 16H Shigehiro IDE/IDEVIAN crew, Kankeisha Deluxe (60 min) 18H Kota YAMAZAKI, Chinoise Flower (90 min) + Natsuko TEZUKA, Private Trace 2009 (25min)
© Vânia Laranjeira
© Vânia Laranjeira
09 The Rite of Spring NOV
In another associated project, Panorama 2013 joins forces with Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro for two evenings of celebrating the hundredth anniversary of The Rite of Spring. On the October 29 and 30 sessions, those who present the ticket to any of the Panorama 2013 shows will pay only R$ 20 (R$ 10 half price) for the ticket at the current Municipal season. The initiative is part of a series of tributes to Nijinsky’s piece on this edition of the Festival. Vaslav Nijinsky’s historic and revolutionary piece, with music by Igor Stravinsky, gets a new rendition for ballet by American choreographer Millicent Hodson, conducted by Argentinean conductor Javier Logioia Orbe. The program with eight sessions between October 19 and 30 is completed by L’après-midi d’un faune, with Nijinsky’s original choreography and music by Claude Debussy, and Le spectre de la rose, by Michel Fokine, with music by Carl Maria Von Weber, both restaged by Tatiana Leskova. This is a chance for Rio’s public to get to know a classic staging of the masterpiece.
THEATRO MUNICIPAL DO RIO DE JANEIRO 29 E 30 OUT / 20H L
70min (with intermission) Tickets at R$ 20 upon presentation of a ticket to any of the shows of Panorama 2013.
PROJETO ASSOCIADO | THEATRO MUNICIPAL
Staff FESTIVAL PANORAMA General Director Nayse López Artistic and Production Director Catarina Saraiva Executive Director Renato Saraiva Director’s Assistant Rafael Fernandes Executive Assistant Thiago Corrêa Production Coordinator Renata Monnerat Executive Producer Caroline Moreira Production Intern Michella Oliveira Technical Coordinator Hugo Damatta Technical Producer Gabriella Villaça Guest Relations Lívia Diniz Guest Relations Assistant Bruna Poncioni Festival Center Producer Monna Carneiro Festival Center Assistant Piti Lacerda Logistics Producer Ana Beatriz Silva Logistics Production Assistant Renata Bianco Educational Program Coordinator Juliana Lopes – Caleidoscópio Cultural Educational Program Producer Ana Teasca Volunteers Program Producer Beatriz Condini Educational Program Assistant Carolina Meirelles Box Office Coordinator Trio Carioca Produções Editorial Producer PIG Soluções Isabella Motta | Gabriela Baptista Proofreading Kathia Ferreira Communications Assistant Juliana Viegas Press Relations Agência Febre
Graphic Project Boldº_a design company Art Director Mariana Ochs Design Alexandre Andrada Joana Petersen Coordinator Vivianne Jorás Graphic Producer Sidnei Balbino Website Rafael Dourado Video Editing Luiz Guilherme Guerreiro Producer of coLABoratório Urias de Oliveira Venue Producers Gustavo Lawall Julia Baker Daniel Costa Thiago DiDeus Renata Furtado Technical Coordinators at Venues Alberto Bruno Barreto Daniel Luz Flávio Guimarães José Luis Júnior Mirella Sassaki Rodrigo Lopes Technicians Ana Luzia Caio Emanuel Mineiro Jeová Carneiro Carlos Alberto Magé Bernardo Cristiano Augusto Maycon Damião Arruda João João Gióia José Ricardo dos Santos Antônio Jorge Camacho Júnior Leonardo Luis Scanferla Luis Sobral Luiz Motta Marten Stein Pedro Paulo Júnior Randal Pessoa Samitri Bará
Samuel Oliveira Willyan de Souza Wilmar Zezinho Motta Zezinho Luz Zezinho Som Volunteers Aline Rodrigues Fonseca de Oliveira Ana Beatriz Pestana Ana Paula Casalli Cruz Pinheiro Bárbara Oliveira Beatriz Vieira Vidal Carolina Rocha Fabiano Geiger Fernanda Balbino Fernanda da Costa Silva Marteleto Frederico Brandão Geferson Gomes Coutinho Georgia Ramos de Oliveira Iasmin Maria Sousa Isabela Oliveira John Soares Joice Pereira Conceição Costa Juliana Sousa Silva Klenair Franklin Larissa Maya Letícia Carvalho Pinto Luisa Fernanda Rodriguez Beltran Luiz Fernando Orofino Marcelly Caetano Maria Carolina Xavier Martins Maria das Graças Sampaio Costa Mariana Bittencourt Oliveira Mathilde Molla Maxsander Barros Patricia Ribeiro Renan Silveira Ruth Anne Santos Maciel Silvestre Mendes Sonia Soares Tháila Vega Thais ter Maten Thaisa Motta
HAPPENINGS Curator and Director Batman Zavareze Production Coordinator Patrícia Barbara Production and Execution Equipe 27 Mais 1 Comunicação Visual Ltda. Special thanks to the partners and sponsors of HAPPENINGS 2103: Evangelina Seiller and the staff of Casa França-Brasil, Citroen ans Rio de Janeiro State Culture Secretariat and Instituto Dinamarca. ASSOCIAÇÃO CULTURAL PANORAMA General Directors Eduardo Bonito and Nayse López Comptroller Santi Elias Accounting Coordinator Genésio Nogueira Accounting Assistant Kelly Cristina Management Assistant Tatiane Santos Receptionist Fernando Norões Office Support Paulo Roberto
PONTO DE CULTURA ESPAÇO PANORAMA Director Eduardo Bonito Educational Coordinator Carla Strachmann Video Library Producer Marília Petrechen Librarian Adriano Gonzaga Teachers Giselda Fernandes Mayara Souza de Assis Samir Santos Assistants Maria Luiza Cavalcanti Lidiane Reis IPUB Psychology Intern Mariah Ugelli
Acknowledgements Adriana Mattos Adriana Rattes Adriano Araújo Alberto Saraiva Alexandre Pessôa Alicia Ferreira Aline Brufato Alphons Hug Amaury Cacciaccaro Filho Anahi Ravagnani Anderson Barnabé André Marini Andrea Chesorin Angel Vianna Angela Figueiredo Antônio Mazillo Bruno Singh Carla Camuratti Carla Lobo Caroena Neves Cíntia Monsores Clarissa Diniz Clarisse Rivera Claudia Saldanha Dani Amorim Daniel Dias Danielle Nigromonte David Linhares Denise Menezes Denise Palha Diana de Rose Doroti Jablonski Eduardo Bonito Elaine Albino Eliana Caruso Eliane Albino Eliane Lax
Emilio Kalil Eva Doris Rosenthal Evangelina Seiler Fabiano Carneiro Fernando Gonçalves Gabriel Bortolini Gabriel Canedo German Carmona Gleyce Kelly Heitor Henilton Menezes Isabel Diris Isabel Ferreira Jean Wyllys João Cardoso João Luiz Duboc Pinaud Joelson Gusson Jorge Lopes Ramos Júlia Baker Juliano Azevedo Júnior Scaramussa Larissa Grauer Krisna Leone Leda Fonseca Leidy Suzan Leo Feijó Lia Rodrigues Luca Loureiro Lucia Guimarães Lucia Mello Luciana Quintaes Luciene Sevilha Luis F. Brito Márcia Dias Márcia Vinchon Marco Aurélio Marcos Damigo Marcus Bonito
Maria Augusta Marie Depalle Marília Petrechen Marisa Riccitelli Sant’Anna Mônica Andrade Nahama Baldo Nuno Bello Odimar Silva Paul Heritage Paulo Herkenhoff Rafael Nogueira Ramiro Fidalgo Raquel Dias Regina Bonito Regina Studart RioTur Roberto Guimarães Roberto Jucá Robson Outeiro Rodrigo Lamounier Sandra Lyra Sandra Paes Sérgio Andrade Sergio Sá Leitão Sesan Silvia Soter Silvio Pinheiro de Albuquerque Sonja Figueiredo Stella Paiva Tatiana Richard Ton Dutra Valderi Ferreira Victor D Almeida Walter Macedo Filho Washington Fajardo
Festival Panorama is a project established in 1992 by choreographer Lia Rodrigues.
CRACKz, 20h Bruno Beltrão / Grupo de Rua de Niterói
TEATRO JOÃO CAETANO TEATRO MUNICIPAL CARLOS GOMES OI FUTURO FLAMENGO
Largo do Machado ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNIC. SÉRGIO PORTO CAIXA CULTURAL | TEATRO DE ARENA EAV PARQUE LAGE
Cesena, 21h Rosas Abertura
Cesena, 15h Rosas
Sala Ensaio 2
Tritone, 16h Silvia Real
Tritone, 11h Silvia Real
Le sacre du printemps, 20h Xavier Le Roy
Finita, 15h Denise Stutz
Finita, 18h Denise Stutz
Piquenique urbano, 17h João Saldanha
Piquenique urbano, 13h João Saldanha
CIDADE DAS ARTES
Onde o horizonte se move, 16h Gustavo Ciríaco
sandwalk with me, 10h / 10h30 Marcela Levi e Lucía Russo
CENTRO CULTURAL BANCO DO BRASIL (CCBB)
Cinema 2 CASA FRANÇA-BRASIL
MUSEU DE ARTE DO RIO - MAR
Galeria 2º Andar
“Retrospectiva”, 10h - 17h Xavier Le Roy
Auditório Programação sujeita a alterações.
Seminário Documentos :: Movimentos, 11h - 17h
Verifique a classificação indicativa de cada espetáculo.
Seminário Documentos :: Movimentos, 11h - 17h
Le cabaret discrépant, 20h Olivia Grandville
A Mary Wigman dance evening, 20h Fabián Barba Lab Uni, 11h - 18h Dominio público, 19h Roger Bernat
BURACO, 17h Elisabete Finger
Dominio público (Jovens), 10h / 15h Roger Bernat
Um gesto que não passa de uma ameaça, 21h Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz Lamentos e gozos da imperatriz de itapipoca, 19h Cia Balé Baião
Entre contenções / Como superar o grande cansaço?, 19h Eduardo Fukushima
coLABoratorio, 13h - 18h
sandwalk with me, 10h / 10h30 Marcela Levi e Lucía Russo Dancing disidentity: depois do butô HAPPENINGS a partir das 14h + La consagración de la primavera, 20h Roger Bernat Flashmob Olivia Grandville sand walk with me, 16h / 16h30 / 17h30 Marcela Levi e Lúcia Russo
Venues TEATRO JOÃO CAETANO Praça Tiradentes, s/n - Centro (21) 2332-9252 - (21) 2332-9257 R$20 / R$10 meia-entrada www.compreingressos.com TEATRO MUNICIPAL CARLOS GOMES Rua Pedro I, 4 Praça Tiradentes – Centro (Entry Praça Tiradentes, s/n) (21) 2224-3602 - (21) 2215-0556 R$20 / R$10 meia-entrada OI FUTURO FLAMENGO Rua 2 de dezembro, 63 – Flamengo (21) 3131-3060 Roger Bernat: R$20 / R$10 meiaentrada Lab Uni: gratuito www.ingressorapido.com.br ESPAÇO CULTURAL MUNICIPAL SÉRGIO PORTO Rua Humaitá, 163 (entrada pela R. Visconde Silva s/n) (21) 2535-3846 R$20 / R$10 meia-entrada www.ingressorapido.com.br CAIXA CULTURAL RJ – TEATRO DE ARENA Av. Almirante Barroso 25 – Centro (21) 3980-3815 R$20 / R$10 meia-entrada www.ingressorapido.com.br ESCOLA DE ARTES VISUAIS DO PARQUE LAGE R. Jardim Botânico, 414 Jardim Botânico (21) 3257-1888 Entrada Franca
CIDADE DAS ARTES Av. das Américas, 5300 Barra da Tijuca (21) 3328-5300 Espetáculos área interna: R$20 / R$10 meia-entrada www.ticketsforfun.com.br CENTRO CULTURAL BANCO DO BRASIL – CCBB Rua Primeiro de Março, 66 – Centro (21) 3808-2100 Entrada Franca CASA FRANÇA BRASIL Rua Visconde de Itaboraí, 78 – Centro (21) 2332-5120 Entrada Franca MUSEU DE ARTE DO RIO – MAR Praça Mauá, 5 – Centro (21) 3031-2744 “Retrospectiva” : R$ 8 / R$4 meia-entrada Seminário: gratuito THEATRO MUNICIPAL DO RIO DE JANEIRO Praça Marechal Floriano, s/n, Centro Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 20031-050 (21) 2332-9191 R$ 20,00 / R$ 10,00 (com ingresso de outro espetáculo do Festival) ARENA CARIOCA JOVELINA PÉROLA NEGRA Praça Ênio, s/nº – Pavuna (21) 2886-3889 Entrada Franca ARENA CARIOCA DICRÓ – CARLOS ROBERTO DE OLIVEIRA Parque Ari Barroso s/n - Penha (21) 3486-7643 Entrada Franca
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DESCONTOS Descontos não cumulativos. Em todos os casos, é necessário apresentar documentação comprobatória. Tem direito a 50% de desconto na compra do ingresso: • Estudantes, professores da rede municipal, maiores de 60 anos e menores de 21 anos. • Portadores de deficiência. • Classe artística mediante apresentação das carteiras do SATED, da SBAT e do Sindicato dos Bailarinos. • Professores da rede pública e particular de ensino. • Funcionários: Petrobras, BNDES, Oi, MAR, Caixa Econômica Federal e Cidade das Artes (em até 2 ingressos). Exceto na Cidade das Artes e no MAR. • Funcionários e artistas do Festival Panorama, devidamente credenciados e mediante apresentação da carteira de identidade. • Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes e Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto: moradores da cidade do Rio de Janeiro. • Caixa Cultural – Teatro de Arena: clientes da Caixa Econômica Federal. • MAR: servidores públicos da cidade do Rio de Janeiro e estudantes de instituições particulares. Tem direito a 30% de desconto na compra do ingresso: • Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto e Teatro Municipal Carlos Gomes: clientes do Metrô Rio mediante apresentação do cartão pré-pago do Metrô. Sessão especial Festival Panorama no Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro: • As récitas dos dias 29 e 30 da temporada de A sagração da primavera custarão R$20 (R$10 meia) para quem levar um ingresso de qualquer outro espetáculo do Festival Panorama 2013. Promoção com número limitado de ingressos.
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