Making art is creating objects contaminated by utopias, passages to dreamt up places that for a fleeting moment take us to a place shared by many. To make contaminating art, thought infects and produces illusion from dreams. Dreams that are revolving doors that move that which is established within us. That which is established and... Continue Reading →
Interview with Amândio Anastácio, set designer, on his use of drawing for, O Fim do Fim, directed by himself and João Garcia Miguel.
Miguel Loureiro directs A Dama das Camélias, willing once again to work on a text that belongs to the “heritage of theatrical art, of its romantic exponent, its endless gallery of ghosts and hauntings”: “How can one practice the stage without going through Shakespeare, Molière, or this A Dama das Camélias, by Dumas (fils), a... Continue Reading →