Filipe Pereira

Arranjo Floral

Filipe Pereira

© Alípio Padilha

RETRATOS I

September

16/09 thu19:30
17/09 fri19:30

CAMPO ALEGRECafé-Teatro

Conference-performance
Price 7€
Duration 1:15min
Age recommendation 12+
Choreographer and dancer Filipe Pereira presents Arranjo Floral [Floral Arrangement], a lecture-performance on an artist who was born in Fátima among huge processions, flower arrangements and religious souvenir stores. A journey taking us through a life spanning from faith to atheism, virginity to sexual awakening, flower art to dance and vice-versa.
Accompanied by flowers, choreographies and stories, the choreographer puts forward a reflection on how much of our past lies on everything we do, and on how much of our destiny is written and how much of it is in our hands.  


Filipe Pereira is a choreographer, dancer and floral designer. As a choreographer, he highlights the pieces Nova Criação [New Creation] and O que fica do que passa [What Remains from What Has Passed], in collaboration with Teresa Silva, and Hale – Estudo para um organismo artificial [Hale – Study for an Artificial Organism], in collaboration with Aleksandra Osowicz, Inês Campos, Helena Martos and Matthieu Ehrlacher. As a dancer, he has been working with João dos Santos Martins, Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz, Dinis Machado, Beatriz Cantinho and Martine Pisani, among others. As a designer, he’s developing his most recent project, Antese [Anthesis], creating floral arrangements for a number of purposes.

RETRATOS I

September

16/09 thu19:30
17/09 fri19:30

CAMPO ALEGRECafé-Teatro

Conference-performance
Price 7€
Duration 1:15min
Age recommendation 12+
Created and performed by Filipe Pereira 
Dramaturgy Bibiana Mendes Picado 
Voice over Maria de Oliveira Coelho 
Photographs Filipe Pereira, Manuel Pereira, António Marto 
Prompter and Production assistance Sofia Marques Ferreira
Artistic residency support Estúdios Victor Córdon 
Co-produced by Teatro do Bairro Alto – TBA, Teatro Praga 
Arranjo Floral is a project developed in the scope of the Portuguese edition of the series Mis Documentos, by Lola Arias, at Teatro do Bairro Alto – TBA in Lisbon, in February of 2020.

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