Muyassar Kurdi na Oficinas do Convento

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Muyassar Kurdi

11 Outubro | 22h

Oficinas do Convento

Contribuição para a artista: 3€

 

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A artista Muyassar Kurdi marca presença no Convento de S. Francisco no dia 11 de Outubro para dar a conhecer a sua performance que mistura cinema, dança e música, num só espaço. Traz consigo duas curtas-metragens, da sua autoria, que vão servir de pano de fundo neste fantástico espectáculo.

‘Completely concentrated upon her bizarre ritual, the singer – dressed in black – emits tortured vocalisations and cries worthy of Yoko Ono in full flight… It’s incredibly in-­your-­face and perturbing but makes you smile too: the sheer pleasure of making a racket.’ L’Alsace (France)

 

 

 

 

Filmes:

Travelling (10m9s, 2017)

É uma curta de movimento de 16mm, uma peregrinação, um ritual: explorando gravidade, vulnerabilidade, espaços entre espaços, ritmo visual e presença.

 

A Song for Many Women (9m21s, 2018)

É uma curta de movimento de 16mm que explora a gravidade, a percepção e a subtileza. A dança de uma mulher no rescaldo da guerra e destruição

 

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Muyassar Kurdi

11th October | 22h

Oficinas do Convento

Contribution for the artist: 3€

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The artist Muyassar Kurdi will be in Convento de S. Francisco on the 11th October to present her perfomance which mixes cinema, dance and music in one space. She brings two short films, from her own authorship, that will be part of the background of this amazing show.

‘Completely concentrated upon her bizarre ritual, the singer – dressed in black – emits tortured vocalisations and cries worthy of Yoko Ono in full flight… It’s incredibly in-­your-­face and perturbing but makes you smile too: the sheer pleasure of making a racket.’ L’Alsace (France)

 

 

 

 

 

Movies:

Travelling (10m9s, 2017)

Is a short 16mm movement film, a pilgrimage, a ritual: exploring gravity, vulnerability, spaces between spaces, visual rhythm, and presence.

 

A Song for Many Women (9m21s, 2018)

Is a short 16mm movement film exploring gravity, perception, and subtlety. A woman’s dance in the aftermath of war and destruction.

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