Uma tarde no mundo / Performance

João Sousa Cardoso

[Portugal]

Sequências Narrativas Completas

© Maria Begasse

Sequências Narrativas Completas is a show designed by artist João Sousa Cardoso based on the work of the same title by writer and painter Álvaro Lapa, in a construction between theater and conference - different with every new presentation. At the intersection between the performing arts and the labour of thought made visible, this show crosses the dramatization of the text and inner monologue with the diaristic account and the essay on the intimate, domestic and public life in Portugal in the wake of revolution and democracy.

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João Sousa Cardoso

João Sousa Cardoso holds a PhD in Social Sciences through the University Paris Descartes (Sorbonne). Cardoso received a grant through the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation from 2006 to 2009. He staged and interpreted Raso como o Chão based on Álvaro Lapa’s work, in the Serralves Museum’s Auditorium in 2018. In 2016, he staged Os Pescadores based on Raul Brandão’s work premiered at the Teatro Municipal in Porto. He developed the creation of TEATRO EXPANDIDO! between January-December 2015 at the Porto Municipal Theater. In 2014 he created MIMA-FATÁXA based on Almada Negreiros’ work, co-produced by Maria Matos Municipal Theater, Teatro Viriato, Centro Cultural Vila Flor, Guarda Municipal Theater e Teatro Virgínia. He also created the shows Raso como o Chão (2012) at the São João National Theater in Porto, A Carbonária (2008), premiering at Bragança Municipal Theater and performing at Casa Conveniente in Lisbon; and O Bobo (2006), with shows at the Universities of Paris 3, Paris 4, Paris 8 and Paris 10 and national premiere at the Teatro Taborda in Lisbon. Author of the films Cinema Mudo (2006) premiered at Serralves Auditorium, and 2 + 2 (2008) premiered at Jeu de Paume in Paris. Cardoso made the films Baal based on Bertolt Brecht’s work (2013), A Ronda da Noite based on Heiner Müller’s work (2013) filmed at Batalha Cinema and A Santa Joana dos Matadouros based on Bertolt Brecht’s work (2014) filmed at the former Porto Industrial Slaughterhouse. He was Artist in residence at Fondazione Pistoletto (Italy) in 2002 and Expédition - Plateforme Européenne d'Échanges Artistiques invited by Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers in the cities of Amsterdam, Vienna and Paris, between 2007 and 2008.
He developed Às Artes, Cidadãos! as exhibition at the Serralves Museum in 2010. Signed the artistic direction of Almada, Um Nome de Guerra/Nós Não Estamos Algures from Ernesto de Sousa's mixed-media own work dedicated to Almada Negreiros at the Serralves Museum in 2012. With André Sousa he directed the movie Na Selva das Cidades shot in São Paulo (Brazil) with the production of the Oficina Cultural Oswald de Andrade and Casa do Povo in 2016 leading to the Breviário do Brasil exhibition at the Oficina Cultural Oswald de Andrade later in 2017. João Sousa Cardoso is a professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Universidade do Porto and Universidade Lusófona and regularly writes reviews and essays for different magazines.

8 Mar 17:00

Culturgest - Pequeno Auditório

Title Sequências Narrativas Completas
Text Based on Álvaro Lapa’s work
Concept and Interpretation João Sousa Cardoso
Set Design André Sousa
Technical Direction Miguel Ângelo Carneiro
Stage Photography Maria Begasse
Production Isalinda Santos
Production Assistance Ana Pinto
Coproduction Teatro Nacioal D Maria II, Teatro Nacional São João, Teatro Viriato, Centro Cultural Vila Flor, Confederação
Year of Production 2019

M/12 | 60 minutes

"Uma Tarde no Mundo” ( translated to An afternoon in the World) is a section thought to take place during an afternoon in two exhibition spaces in Lisbon with performances that dialogue with the diverse spatial, institutional and museographic contexts.”