RUI HORTA – LOCAL GEOGRAPHIC
15 and 16 May 2010 – 7:00 PM
A work about the importance of loosing oneself; on turning loss in a method, especially when life experience tends to become a burden that prevent us to take risks. Loss, though as a method.
Every week, I was used to pick up my bike to discover a new trail and a new landscape. Usually, I set out early morning and returned before my day really began. It was like a prologue to an announced routine. Sometimes I lost myself…
There are people who go to Namibia or to Tibet to lose them (and spend a great deal of money …). And there are those who lose just around the corner, almost next to the doorway. For any creator doubt, loss and risk are the very substance of work, coexisting everyday: research and experimentation.
Somehow, from the three works I created to the CCB as associate artist of the current season, this one is the most narrative and also the most personal. A discourse on the quest for identity, in the opposite of plausible, at the border of irony. It could only be done by me and for myself or for a performer with whom I have been sharing a multitude of creative adventures over eighteen years, Anton Skrzypiciel. Many-sided actor/dancer/performer, a man so curious about live that he never tied anchor in any harbour, a major actor in one of the most important works I created.
This is a work accompanied by one of my usual accomplices, composer Tiago Cerqueira, actor/stage director Tiago Rodrigues and multimedia designer Guilherme Martins.
Direction | Choreography | Lighting RUI HORTA
Original Soundtrack TIAGO CERQUEIRA
Texts RUI HORTA | TIAGO RODRIGUES
Interpretation ANTON SKRZYPICIEL
Vídeo GUILHERME MARTINS
Dramaturgy Support TIAGO RODRIGUES
Technical Direction NUNO BORDA DE ÁGUA
Production ANA CARINA PAULINO
CCB | O Espaço do Tempo | Centro Cultural Vila Flor | Teatro Nacional S. João
CCB ASSOCIATED ARTIST SEASON 2009-2010
I can’t exactly describe the felling of having creating visuals to this piece.. it was huge, massive and exaustive creative process. After arriving home, I was sleeping for two days, and even today I feel that I need to sleep more 200 hours to completely recover.. :)
Terça | 23 Março 2010
19:30, Sala Suggia
+ 4’33” (Tributo a John Cage)
John Cage chocou o mundo quando em 1952 apresentou a sua peça para qualquer instrumento solista ou grupo instrumental na qual os músicos permanecem em silêncio absoluto durante 4 minutos e 33 segundos. No total, são três andamentos de silêncio com durações diferentes que questionam o conceito da audição musical e do próprio concerto na tradição ocidental.
A Casa da Música e o IRCAM-Centre Pompidou encomendaram a diversos compositores + 4’33”, uma homenagem ao compositor norte-americano que resulta em novas obras com igual duração apresentadas no Porto em estreia mundial.
Peter Rundel direcção musical
Rui Horta direcção cénica, desenho de luz e multimédia
Guilherme Martins visuais
Maxime Le Saux engenheiro de som IRCAM
Martin Antiphon técnico de som IRCAM
Roque Rivas realização informática musical IRCAMJohn Cage Sixteen Dances
Carlos Caires All-in-one, para ensemble e electrónica*
Roque Rivas About Cages, assemblage para piano, ensemble e electrónica**
Bruno Mantovani …273…*
John Cage/Christian Marclay (adaptação) 4’33”*
James Dillon Torii *
* (estreia mundial; encomendas da Casa da Música e IRCAM-Centre Pompidou)
** (estreia mundial; encomenda do IRCAM-Centre Pompidou)
(Co-produção Casa da Música, Festival Musica de Estrasburgo, IRCAM/Les spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou e Ars Musica de Bruxelas no âmbito do Réseau Varèse: subvencionado pelo Programa Cultura 2000 da União Europeia)
Transmissão em directo em http://www.casadamusica.tv/
This has been another huge creative odissey!!
The stage, cenary, coreography and lyrics are Rui Horta’s work, for the video projections we are using an application coded by Rui Madeira. The immersive soundscapes and music belong to Tiago Cerqueira.
I’ve created visual environments, animations and textures to be projected on stage, in the photos below you can see samples of my work. “Video after the break”.
This is a short video of the premiere at TeCa of this great show. You can see more detais here.
My main task was to produce visual animations and motion graphics to be projected on 5 screens.
If you want to see the final result of an extensive team work join us at TeCa during the days 8, 9 and 10 of January, you can see more dates here.
concepção cénica, direcção artística, desenho de luz, multimédia Rui Horta música original Micro Audio Waves realização e edição vídeo Edgar Alberto motion graphics Guilherme Martins programação multimédia Rui Madeira figurinos Ricardo Preto interpretação Micro Audio Waves (Cláudia Efe, C.Morg, Flak) + Francisco Rebelo produção executiva Lado B co-produção Culturgest, O Espaço do Tempo, Laboral Escena, Teatro Virgínia, TNSJ duração aproximada 1:10 classificação etária Para Maiores de 3 anos
Samples of my work:
This animation was made for a master class given by Rui Horta about the body and the performer.
It was projected on a small stage while a performer was dancing.
I´ve started working with Rui Horta in September ‘ 08 on a play called “Come Together”.
My work consists on the development of visual projections on stage.
I think the most difficult task was to syncronize the animations with the coreography.. yet, the reward was the final result.. amazing!!
My partner Rui Madeira has done a great work programming the application where the videos run.