Quinzena de Dança de Almada – International Dance Festival will project Sublime enfado, a digital capsule resulting from the meeting between the Spanish choreographer and dancer Alicia Soto and the Portuguese artists, Júlio Martín da Fonseca (theater director), Pedro Sena Nunes (filmmaker), and Dina Figueiredo (visual artist), with the collaboration of Helena Reis (composer). It can be seen in a cycle dedicated to the filmmaker Pedro Sena Nunes within the festival on October 1 at Casa da Cerca – Centro de Arte Contemporáneo. Link.

 

Sublime Anger a digital capsule resulting from the meeting between the Spanish choreographer and dancer Alicia Soto and the Portuguese artists, Júlio Martín da Fonseca (theater director), Pedro Sena Nunes (filmmaker), and Dina Figueiredo (visual artist), with the collaboration of Helena Reis (composer). The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and the Spanish Cultural and Scientific Embassies and Councils in Berlin, Brussels, Lisbon, New York, Tokyo and Washington DC present the fourth installment of the #ThisIsNotAMusicBreak cycle.

The stained glass evokes to us a reflection on life, death and resurrection, from which transcends a dramaturgy that confronts us with a sublime challenge, facing the immobility of a showcase and its dimensions, the mobility of dance and how to unite both artistic languages.
“Sublime Anger is a feeling, a disturbance, a questioning of existence, of life, between death and rebirth …..
It flows like fluid matter and spirit, an alchemical, vegetable, mineral, flaming, vaporous mixture….
Ascents and descents of a body and a soul that search in the dream and in the real for something more…
Hands and glances that scrutinize the wood that makes culture and the earth that sustains nature…
Falling asleep and waking up among leaves and fragments of iridescent transparencies of a unity or fullness lost or to be reinvented…. “. Jùlio Martín da Fonseca.