Para
uma Timeline a Haver

Genealogias da dança enquanto prática artística em Portugal
Museum
22 ABR - 28 NOV 2021


For a Timeline to Be – Geneaologies of dance as artistic practice in Portugal is a collective exercise that signals landmarks related to the development and dissemination of dance as artistic practice in Portugal in the 20 th and 21 st centuries. Developed intermittently since 2016 and assuming the present as a place of enunciation, each edition undergoes mutations that lead to physical and methodological reconfigurations of what is exhibited. It combines bibliographic sources with direct testimonies, original documents with iconographic research, drawing narratives and relationships that allow for multiple perspectives in the understanding of what dance is or can be, proposing a familiarity with works, authors, “canons”, corporealities, eras and worldviews, to question them aesthetically and politically.


Image: @Marco Balesteros (Atelier Letra)

 


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Curadoria, investigação e edição / Curators, researchers and editors: Ana Bigotte Vieira, Carlos Manuel Oliveira, João dos Santos Martins

Design gráfico, diagrama e instalação / Graphic design, diagram and installation: Atelier Letra (Marco Balesteros assistido por Pedro Sousa)

Assistentes de investigação / Research assistants: (2020) Ana Dinger, (2017) Sílvia Pinto Coelho, Pedro Cerejo

Editores convidados (2019-20) / Guest editors (2019-20): Luísa Roubaud, Mariana Pinho, Paula Caspão, Rahul Kumar, Raquel Afonso, Rita Luís, Rita Natálio, Rogério Nuno Costa

Contribuidores (2016-20) / Contributors (2016-20): Alexandra Balona, Ana Cristina Vicente, Ana Dinger, Ana Mira, Ana Rita Teodoro, André e. Teodósio, António Cascais, Cristiana Rocha, Cristina Grande, Cristina Santos, Daniel Tércio, Duarte Bénard da Costa, Elisabete Paiva, Ezequiel Santos, Fernando Cascais, Gil Mendo, Gustavo Vicente, Joclécio Azevedo, Magda Henriques, Margarida Bettencourt, Maria José Fazenda, Mariana Brandão, Mariana Pinto dos Santos, Miguel Pereira, Mónica Guerreiro, Paula Garcia, Tiago Bartolomeu Costa

Assistente de montagem / Installation assistant: Zeca Iglésias

Programação e design de site (em construção) / Web programming and design (in construction): Sara Orsi

Estagiárias FLUL / FLUL interns: (2021) Raquel Sauremaa; (2019) Ana Filipa Fernandes, Helena Trezentos Borges, Joana Carrasco,  

Produção executiva / Executive production: Claraluz Keiser/Associação Parasita

Coprodução / Co-production: (2020-21) Fundação de Serralves, Associação Parasita; (2019) Alkantara Festival, Centre National de la Danse (Pantin) — Aide à la recherche et au patrimoine en danse, Materiais Diversos; (2017) República Portuguesa: Cultura/DGArtes Direção-Geral das Artes, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Teatro Viriato

 

A Associação Parasita é recipiente do Apoio Sustentado às Artes da República Portuguesa | Cultura e Direção-Geral das Artes para o biénio 2020-21. / For the years 2020-2021 Associação Parasita is recipient of the Sustainable Support to the Arts of the Portuguese Republic | Culture and the Directorate-General for the Arts.

Apoios / Support: ICNova, Instituto de História Contemporânea*; (2019) O Rumo do Fumo, ESD, Atelier REAL; (2017) Livraria Tigre de Papel, Teatro Sá da Bandeira — Santarém

Agradecimentos / Acknowledgements: Ana Schefer & Teo Furtado, Ana Pais, Ana Mira, António Laginha/Centro Dança de Oeiras, António Liberato, Bernardino Aranda, Diana Martins, David Guéniot, Diogo Branco, Emília Rosa, Filipe Viegas, Forum Dança, Francisco Camacho, Joana Patita, José Sasportes, Josseline Black, Júlia Bigotte Aranda, Leonor Lopes, Leonor Mendes, Liliana Coutinho, Luiz Antunes, Madalena Victorino, Mafalda Aguiar (FCG), Margarida Carmo & Maria João Salomão, Margarida Franco, Maria de Assis, Maria Filomena Molder, Maria João Brilhante, Maria João Guardão, Miguel Cardoso, Nadia Lauro, Nuno Domingos, Paula Braga (TNSJ), Peter Schau, Rosa Paula Pinto, Rui Lopes, Sara Canavezes (TMBD), Sofia Patrão (MNTD), Susana Neves, e a todos os artistas e estruturas que tão generosamente contribuíram com material de arquivo.

 

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Ana Bigotte Vieira

Ana Bigotte Vieira works as a ‘discourse programmer’ at Teatro do Bairro Alto (TBA) in Lisbon. She is an historian, a cultural critic, a dramaturg and a curator. Her PhD research, awarded with an Honorable Mention in Contemporary History by Mário Soares Foundation centers on the ‘cultural transformation’ that occurred in Portugal after it joined the European Union in the 1980s, focusing on the performative role played by the opening of the Modern Art Museum. She is a resercher at IHC, UNL and CET, UL. Founding member of baldio | performance studies research collective, Ana is on the editorial board of BUALA editorial platform. She has transated Agamben, Lazzarato, Pirandello, among others. Together with choreographer João dos Santos Martins and Carlos Oliveira she is currently working on project of collective historicization of Portuguese New Dance.