O FIM DO FIM [The End of the End]

Alma d’Arame and C.ª João Garcia Miguel

SYNOPSIS

The End of the End or the voids that never stop growing.

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 moves can be vanity, a statue on a pedestal or a simple question. They are invisible forces that the artist brings with him to the stage and beneath the light and the gaze of others. They are invisible forces that move within the audience and which impel us with their limpid gazes and rapid breath. Whether the stage is a book, a guitar or a rock from which art blossoms, it is dreamt up, distant, out of reach. A utopia in motion.

A co-production | Alma d’Arame & Companhia João Garcia Miguel

Initial concept | Amândio Anastácio

Text | João Garcia Miguel

Set and staging | Amândio Anastácio & João Garcia Miguel

Performers | Duarte Melo & Paulo Quedas

Music | João Bastos

Costumes | Rute Osório de Castro

Technical Team | Luís Gomes & Roger Madureira

Director of Production | Georgina Pires & Geovana Jardim

Executive Producer | Joana Crespo

Communication | Alma d’Arame

Press Officer | Susana Otão

Digital and Web Marketing | Digital Workplace

Designer | Vasco Costa & Carolina Braga

Photography | Inês Sambas

Video | Pedro Grenha

Teaser | Roger Madureira

Product Management | Vicente Paredes

DURATION

67 minutes

AGE RATING

12+

TRAVELLING TEAM

6 people

SPACES

Black box or Stage with tailored sets.

LIGHTNING & SOUND

Each space will have sound and lighting design tailored to it..

SETUP TIME

Stage: 3 shifts

TEARDOWN TIME

02:30h

Meals for 6 people.

Accommodation – 2 twin rooms and 2 single rooms.

When travelling, a travel allowance for the distance to Montemor-o-Novo will be paid, calculated at a per-kilometre rate of €0.45.

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Making art is creating objects contaminated by utopias.

norbert wiener in Cibernétic and Society, The Human Use of Human Beings (1954) 

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