arnaldoporto@yahoo.com/br
www.anunciodeartificio.com.br


Education
2016     BFA, Escola Guignard, Estate University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2010     Bachelor in Architecture and Urbanism, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo

             Horizonte, Brazil
 
Selected Solo Exhibitions
2016     Acidente geográfico. MARCO, Campo Grande, Brazil
2016     Partituras. Luis Arnaldo e Marcelino Peixoto. Fundação Badesc, Florianópolis, 

             Brazil
2015     Ação de desenhar o que resta. Xepa+Luis Arnaldo. Sesc Palladium, 
             Belo Horizonte, Brazil


Selected Group Exhibitions & Projects
2016     Vento forte. Xepa Collective. Action/urban intervention. MIP2 – Manifestação 

             Internacional de Performance 2. Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2015     43º Salão de Arte Contemporânea Luiz Sacilotto. Paço Municipal, Santo André, 

             Brazil
2014     Arte e Patrimônio 2014. 
Paço Imperial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2013     Encuentro Fase 5.0. Arte-ciencia-tecnología. Centro Cultural Recoleta, 

             Buenos Aires, Argentina


Residency and Awards
2016     Residency at Embassy of Foreign Artists, Geneva, Switzerland 
2015     Prêmio Funarte de Arte Contemporânea 2015, Brazil
2013     Prêmio Arte e Patrimônio 2013. MinC/Iphan/Funarte, Brazil
2013     Mutuca Artistic Residency (RAM), Altamira, Brazil


1985, b. in Campinas/Brazil. Lives and works in Belo Horizonte/Brazil. His main subject of interest is space and its ways of production. In investigating this process, Luis considers art as an institutionalized platform to confront scientific thinking – especially geography, anthropology, architecture and urbanism. Despite working with a wide range of media, he is first and foremost in an ongoing research on drawing. He considers the medium of drawing, with its particular action strategies and forms of achieving knowledge, as a powerful tool to turn visible the relation between body, space and landscape.


A perda da imagem / the loss of image. (video still)

HANDKE, P. (video still)

Ação de desenhar o que resta / action of drawing what was left. with Marcelino Peixoto. photo by Bernardo Zama.


Pequenas audições / small auditions. with Marcelino Peixoto. (video still)

Vento forte / tough wind. Xepa Collective. photo by Raquel Abreu.

Table for small acts (project)

Table for small acts (preparatory drawing)

contact@vincenttanguy.com 
www.vincenttanguy.com



Education 
2015     MA Fine Arts with honors, EEESAB Brest, Brest, France 
2013     MFA, EESAB Brest, Brest, France 
2012     Licence, Rennes 2 University of Fine Arts, Rennes, France

             University of Fine Arts, Barcelona, Spain 


Selected Solo Exhibitions 
2015     Break, Gleichapel, Paris, France 
2015     Today to Yesterday, Gleichapel, Paris, France 
2014     A.F.K., off special Nuit Blanche, Gleichapel, Paris, France 

Selected Group Exhibitions & Projects 
2017     Biennale de Mulhouse, Mulhouse, France 
2016     Festival Vacarme, Hôtel Pasteur, Rennes, France 
2016     Risk with Benefit, workshop performance, project by Eva Barto and 

             Hélène Deléan, Mains-d’Oeuvres, Saint-Ouen, France 
2016     Vision, Palais de Tokyo, France 
2015     Negative to Positive, Verticale Gallery, Manchester School of Art, 

             Manchester, England 
2015     Mettre à jour & Extension, FRAC Bretagne, Rennes, France 
2014     De l’exposition universelle aux vides greniers en passant par les foires, 

             ce n’est pas la vanité d’un rêve qui le fait évanouir, School Gallery, 
             EESAB Brest, Brest, France. 
2014     Salon Playtime, Le Grand Cordel, Rennes, France 
2014     Infinite Scroll, with Leslie Rivalland, Espace M, Rennes 2 University, 

             Rennes, France 


Residency 
2017     Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Seoul, South Korea 
2015     Slow media #2, Manchester School of Art, Manchester, England 
2014     Slow media #1, Landevennec, France 


Workshop 
2016     Outside, EESAB Brest, France 


Public presentation 
2016     A l’Ouest Toute !, during « Vision » exhibition, Palais de Tokyo, Paris 


Publications 
2017     A l'Ouest Toute !, edited by Les Presses du Réel, Paris, France

2015     Mettre à jour & Extension, « Mettre à jour & Extension » exhibition catalog, 
             edited by EESAB, Rennes, France
2015     Catalogue 2015 du Diplôme National Supérieur d’Expression Plastique (DNSEP) 
             options Art, Design, Communication de l’Ecole Européenne Supérieur 
             d’Art de Bretagne (EESAB) sites de Brest, Lorient, Quimper et Rennes, 
             edited by EESAB, Rennes, France.

Press and Interview 
2016     Vincent Tanguy. 26. Etre humain, 69magazine.fr
2016     Mood of the Week, Le Chassis, lechassis.fr
2015     Jeunes Talents et Archives, Regards Croisés au FRAC, manifesto-21.com
2015     Mood of the Week, Le Chassis, lechassis.fr




Back to the Future or Looking Forward to the Past. Since 1999. Color analog photography, 10 x 15 cm.

Döner Totem. 2016. Sculpture Varnish, wood. 70 x 6 x 6 cm.

Döner Totem. 2016. Sculpture Varnish, wood. 71 x 31 x 28 cm.

Döner Totem Sculpture. 2016. Varnish, wood. 69 x 24 x 20 cm.

Exhibition view of Döners Totem during « Festival Vacarme ». Hôtel Pasteur. Rennes, France.

Light (prototype) and Döner Totem Exhibition view during « Today to Yesterday ». Gleichapel, Paris, France.

Exhibition Constellation. 2014. Concrete, painting. 31,05 cm x 58,21 cm.

Pass Through The Inside. 2014. Rent of a white limousine.

Pass Through The Inside. 2014. Rent of a white limousine.
karla@zoomwooz.com / andres@zoomwooz.com
www.zoomwooz.com


Projects
2016     Projekt Alay (in preparation)           

            6º below nothing. Interactive installation (in development)
            :roundabout. Object Installation (in development).
2015     2062. Cinematic Live Theatre Performance.
2014     Lover. Puppet Theatre Piece.
2013     zoomwooz. live-cinema performance.
2012     zoomwooz multimedia installation.
2010     Live From the Surface of the Moon. Live Animation.

Selected Exhibitions
2016     [:roundabout] 
            Soulangh Art Center, Tainan, Taiwan 
            Pier-2 Art Center, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2013     [zoomwooz] 
            Alhondiga Bilbao, Spain
            mindpirates, Berlin, Germany
            Gallery Offlimits, Madrid, Spain
            Daïmôn, Ottawa, Canada


Selected Performances
2016     [zoomwooz] 
            Cyprus international Film Days
            [2062]
            International Shadow Theatre Festival, Taubate, Brazil
2015     [2062] 
            Huesca International Dance and Theatre Fair, Huesca, Spain
            Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Urones, Spain
            Festival Apart, Katowice, Poland
            Figurentheater Festival Fürth, Nürnberg, Erlangen. Germany (Premiere)
            Festival Alt, Vigo, Spain (Pre-Premiere)
            [zoomwooz] 
            Daidogei, Shizuoka, Japan
            Festival International des Teatres de Marionnettes, Charleville, France

            Oulu Theatre Festival for Young Audiences, Oulun kaupunki, Finland
2014     [zoomwooz] 
            Animateka, Ljubljana, Slovenia   
            Animanima Cacak, Serbia
            Exploredance Festival Bucarest, Romania
            Animae Caribe Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
            TACT/FEST, Osaka, Japan
            SICAF (Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival), South Korea
            Futureeverything, ManchesterUK            
            Kunsthaus Nürnberg, Nürnberg, Germany            

            Festival Escena Abierta, Burgos
            Animac Animation Film Festival, Lleida, Spain
            TAC Valladolid, Spain
2013     [zoomwooz] 
            Dferia, San Sebastian Spain.  
            Festival du Nouveau Cinema, Montreal, Canada.
            [zoomwooz] Festival de Artes en Movimiento (FAM), Tenerife, Spain
2012     [Live from the surface of the Moon]
            Goethe Zentrum, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
            ICBA, Cochabamba, Bolivia
            mARTadero, Cochabamba, Bolivia
2011     [Live from the surface of the Moon]
            Alhondiga Bilbao, Spain
            Niu, Espai Artístic, Barcelona, Spain
            Dok Fest Kassel, Germany
            lab30, Augsburg, Germany
            Hafen 2, Offenbach, Germany
            E-Werk Erlangen, Germany


Residencies and Awards
2017     Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Seoul, South Korea 
2016     Eima Creació, Mallorca, Spain
            Tainan Cultural Foundation, Tainan, Taiwan
            Pier-2 Art Center, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
            Schloss Bröllin, Germany
2015     Art in Nature, Busan, South Korea
            Borgo Ensemble, Nürnberg, Germany
            Festival Alt & Casa das Artes, Vigo, Spain
2014     Joao Garcia Miguel Company, Torres Vedras, Portugal
            Seoul Art Space Hongeun, South Korea
2013     Can Felipa, Barcelona, Spain
            Gallery Offlimits, Madrid, Spain
2012     Incheon Art Platform, Seoul, South Korea.
            Mediaestruch, Sabadell, Spain
            mARTadero, Cochabamba, Bolivia
2010     Experimentem amb l’Art, Barcelona, España.
2010     le Lieu Noir, Sète, France.
2009     Fabra i Coats, Barcelona, España. 
2008     House of Natural Fiber, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.   


Lectures, Workshops, etc.
2016     Animation Workshop . Cyprus International FIlm Days. Limassol, Cyprus
2014     Body and Animation. Bucharest, Romania
            Animation and Live Video Workshop. Tribowl, South Korea.
2013     Animation and Live Video Workshop. Incheon Art Platform, South Korea.
            Stop-motion and cardboard models Workshop. Tribowl, South Korea.
            Stop-motion and cardboard models Workshop. Torres Vedra, Portugal.
2012     Live Video and Music. My Favourite Things. Brussels, Belgium.
            Workshop Live video and real-time animation. mArtadero, Bolivia.
            Dramaturgic tools for artists. Fundación Patiño, Cochabamba,Bolivia.
2011     Workshop Tenerife Dance Lab. Discursive tools for the movement arts
            International Master for Stage Directors at Middlesex University - RESAD                      

            Madrid: Technology and mise en scene.
 
Selected Publications & Press
2016     Review in Liberty Times, Taiwan
            Review in United Daily News 聯合報, Taiwan
2015     Review in Libération newspaper, France
            Review in Kaleva newspaper, Finland
            Interview with Nürnberger Nachrichten, Germany
            Interview with Cadena SER (Radio), Spain
            Interview with Onda Zero (Radio), Spain 
2013     Interview with Convergence Magazine, Montreal, Canada
            Review in Gara Newspaper, San Sebastian, Spain
            Review in MAGAZYN MONDAINE, Katowice, Poland
            Review in Abendzeitung, Munich, Germany
            Review in  Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich, Germany



We are interested in the present, the now and there within society, the place we occupy in it as individuals.


Regarding narrative and aesthetic aspects, we lose ourselves and find us again at frontiers, many times we work outside the box, outside classifications, resulting in a multidisciplinary work, distant from usual genres.


We like the multidisciplinary. It defines us. We work from various artistic disciplines, using very different techniques in each new project, always related with the investigation we are undertaking. That's why we like and need to be surrounded by collaborators from different artistic and non-artistic disciplines, to contribute with their different points of view, that enrich the creative work. This multidisciplinary exchange makes us reconsider our work from very different perspectives, that many times are surprisingly unimaginable for us.


One day we met accidentally, a stage director, bored of established cliches and a video-artist, tired of the fake real-time/liveness. An illustrator and a light designer that enjoy generating sonic worlds. Both concerned with the immediate, and the social. Each investigating in different ways how to reach the audience, how to touch their hears and make them think. Thrilled by the sites-specific aspects, land art, video art, site responsive and context specific, augmented reality, sensors, soundscapes... and low-tec...


Passionate about the world we live in, though we often quarrel with it, we are just creating out third jioint project. It couldn't be in another way.




2062 - Cinematic Theatre. Performance view at FETAL. Spain.

zoomwooz - Live Cinema. Performance view at Cyprus FIlm Days. Cyrpus.

zoomwooz. Performance view at Feria Donostia. Spain.

6º below nothing - interactive installation. Installation view at Schloß Bröllin. Germany.

zoomwooz. Performance view at Feria Donostia. Spain

6º below nothing Installation view at Schloß Bröllin. Germany.

2062 - Cinematic Theatre. Installation view at Borgo. Germany.

2062 - Cinematic Theatre. Installation view at Borgo. Germany.

6º below nothing Installation view at Schloß Bröllin. Germany.
info@bobrikovadecarmen.org
www.bobrikovadecarmen.org



Martinka Bobrikova

2012     NORDIC SOUND ART, Joint Study Programme, Scandinavia, MA
2012     MALMÖ ART ACADEMY, Lund University, Malmö, Sweden. MFA
2008     UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, Facultad de Bellas Artes, Tenerife, Spain. BA
2006     ACCADEMIA DI BELLE ARTI, Stage design department, Rome, Italy


Oscar de Carmen 
2012     NORDIC SOUND ART, Joint Study Programme, Scandinavia, MA
2012     MALMÖ ART ACADEMY, Lund University, Malmö, Sweden. MFA
2009     UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA, Faculty of Fine Art. Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Spain. BA
…………………
from 2012 funders & directors, NOMAD AIR artist-in-residency program

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
upoming
2018     OKSASENKATU 11, HELSINKI, FI
2018     BOA, Oslo, NO2017     RAM GALLERI, Oslo, NOpast
2015     AFTERLIFE, Projektrom Carl Berner, Oslo, NO
2015     SUPERFLUOUS IDENTITY IV, BABEL, Trondheim, NO
2015     SUPERFLUOUS IDENTITY III, ENTRANCE GALLERY, Prague, CZ
2014     Je ne travaille jamais, INI Gallery, Prague, CZ
2014     PDP/AV1, ANX ATELIER NORD, Oslo, NO
2013     IN PROCESS, AREA 60, TEA- ESPACIO DE LAS ARTES, Tenerife, ES
2013     URBAN HUNTER, NITRA GALLERY, Nitra, SK
2011     YOU HAVE TO GO RIGHT NOW!, Rotor 2, Gothenburg, SE
2010     ZERO BUDGET, Space Gallery, Bratislava, SK
2007     TALKING GARBAGE, Ateneo, La Laguna, Tenerife, ES

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
upcoming
2017     TURBULENCE AREA, 5th ODESSA BIENNALE, Odessa, UA
2017     AGRIKULTURA TRIENNAL, Malmö, SE
2017     GREENLIGHT DISTRICT, SKIEN KUNSTFORENING, Skien, NO
2017     SPACE XX, Seoul, KRpast2016     ENVISIONING THE FUTURE, SAITAMA TRIENNALE, SAITAMA, JP
2016     NEWROPE, NITRA GALLERY, Nitra, SK
2016     CROSS_CUTS, Alt_CPH, FABRIKKEN, Copenhagen, DK
2016     APORIAS, FRIDY EXIT, Wien, AT
2016     SMALL/BIG WORLD, TRANZIT, Bratislava, SK
2016     TRANSCULTURAL EMANCIPATION, FLUC, Wien, AT
2015     S.O.S, 2nd TBILISI TRIENNIALE, Tbilisi, GE
2015     PRAGUE QUADRIENNAL, MeetFactory, Prague, CZ
2014     HØSTUTSTILLINGEN, KUNSTNERNES HUS, Oslo, NO
2014     DOUBLE YOU, Skånes konstförening, Malmö, SE2014     BIOPOLITICS OF THE SOUTH SIDE, Junefirst Gallery, Berlin, DE
2014     FOOD WE HAVE PREPARED, GMB- City Gallery Bratislava, SK
2013     CONSTANT. DECAY. RAKE, Trondheim, NO2013     HUNKY DORY, KARLIN STUDIOS, Prague, CZ
2012     URBAN OBSERVATORY, Galeria Sztuki Wozownia, Torun, PL
2012     MONOCHROMES AND OTHER CHROMES, KURANT, Tromso, NO
2012     SOUNDINGS II, Roskilde Contemporary Art Museum, Roskilde, DK

SELECTED AIR
2018     Residency Unlimited, New York, USA
2017     Seoul Art Space_Geumcheon, Seoul, KR
2016     HomeBase Project, Saitama Triennale, Saitama, JP
2016     Råderum, Fabrikken, Copenhagen, DK
2016     KulturKontakt Austria, Wien, AT
2015     LKV- Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim, NO
2015     MeetFactory, Prague, CZ
2014     TECHNO-ECOLOGY, NIDA ART COLONY, LT
2014     MeetFactory, Prague, CZ


Our practice, which is often community based, aims at setting up new social ecosystems. By revolving around the mechanisms and context by which power creates systems of value, we seek to intervene on the border between art and current topics of contemporary life in order to bring about the proposition of the transitory and the Utopian.


Art is a tool for change and a tool for marginal groups to give alternative perspectives on the general consensus of society, whether local or global. We think the Western world has tried for too long to impose its perspective on everything on everybody. It is about time that we stopped being so Eurocentric and embraced heterogeneity. The central difference between the western and vast parts of non- western thought is the linear idea of time that we’ve developed here and the cyclic worldview of the East. It’s important to understand that everything is interconnected and therefore we must make an effort to create a responsible culture.
Like many other artworks ours balance between a form of criticism and parody of criticism to enter into an open dialog with the people experiencing them. We are trying to balance what is seen and what is understood. Our work is not meant as an attack but more as a means of negotiation of the individual’s reality here and now; a reality where the work of art is a sign-device caught between a certain mode of representation and a different mode of interpretation. Both representation and interpretation would in the contemporaneity of the work be situated in the context of our hierarchical and violent time.
Inside the contextualization of our art practice our work has been governed by sound. We investigate various sound processes that lead us to develop our practice in sound experimentation as a resource for the realization of sound installations, live performance, interventions and objects. Our field of work effects from composition to sound objection format to visualize the work.


Most of our projects have been created in the urban space, a situation where we use as sound interventions to raise other symbolic and emotional values around the metropolitan area. We use this juxtaposition soundscape through the implementation of digital sounds to deconstruct and transform the situation by creating a transparent virtual sound reality. The work is done with an anthropological character with the idea of creating new environments for the emergence of the question of how the individual takes their involvement in the actual social relations. The visual aspects of sound listening interventions, that we are working on is given by the imagination of the person in your mental space to create virtual images.





kitchen dialogues, 2013-till now

Through the ongoing series of Kitchen Dialogue we are working with social interventions — that are at the same time a critical practice — operating via social research, site-specific installations and a series of social events and dialogues triggered by conviviality. We investigate our rooted social acts and habits, and question if we could act otherwise in social ways.

Kitchen dialogues B&B, 2015

Bed & breakfast is another event of Kitchen Dialogues project, that took place in MeetFactory in collaboration with the 2015 Prague Quadrennial. Creating a social and cultural environment in our 100 square meter studio with modules/bedrooms built with recycled wood made it unique, warm and cozy, without forgetting all modern amenities. We offered accommodation to registered guests (max 12 per night) between 18th and 28th of June free of charge. During 9 days we have hosted a total of 59 guests that stayed between 1 night and 1 week of period each. We had the pleasure to accommodate guests from all around Europe and oversees.

Afterlife, 2015

Afterlife, proof of life after death and other related critical concepts, such as the purpose of life and reincarnation of overproduction of food from supermarkets. The project offers the possibility to use expired food in energy production. As part of our process, we developed a pilot project where we observed that fruits and vegetables produce small amounts of electricity through an electrochemical reaction. This was achieved by inserting two different types of metal, copper and zinc, in each of the fruits in the installation. These fruits produce small amounts of electricity when they are connected in series and operate a small screen. From this moment our focus was aimed at finding ways of putting conservation of energy into practice; this is first law of thermodynamics, which states that energy can not be created or destroyed, only transferred from one form to another. Thus, our installation is also a way to visualize an analogue synthesis, where energy is transferred from fruit and vegetables to small plasma screen, creating a symbiosis. The installation is conceived as a social critique of the existing consumer society and a proposal for an alternative and further use of fruit and vegetables, which are regarded as superfluous and unsellable by supermarket chains.

Morning Glory, 2015

part of Kitchen Dialogues series: "More than supra/ a draft prepared for failure" or more popularly called "Morning Glory" is community related project that took form through a series of morning activities where we invited the audience to dance and have breakfast before starting the working day. Following the idea of creating a social space outside of consumption, where people could meet, experience, undertake an activity without need of money, we re-appropriate our self of a popular phenomenon of the breakfast club/ morning glory. These early morning events took place during the whole duration of the Triennial (twice a week/ 7 events). Free-form dance exercise, through listening to electronic music stimulated by local DJ curated by @Dot followed by breakfast.

Superfluous Identity IV, 2015

SUPERFLUOUS IDENTITY IV exhibited at Babel is part of a series of site-specific installations with the same title that examine the effects of the capitalist system and its impact on the individual. As a monstrous organism the installation unfolds throughout the rooms of Babel. Sound, objects and visual elements intertwine to encapsulate the viewer into this strange, superfluous identity with “pictographed” heartbeats via the cardiogram-like black tape stripes at the floor and the filtered soundscape.

Superfluous Identity III, 2015

The current dominant economic model has, particularly in the last decade, has proved to be a heavy-footed, exhausted juggernaut... former strength and stability, but also decay and disintegration of something that is trying to sustain in its last race.

Yes, I can (not), 2014

The creation of the work "Yes, I can (not)" is generated by two unilateral perspectives on power politics in the global financial system. The first perspective deals on a personal level with the institutional relationship to the social talk, in a context that defines the identity of artists compared with the curator, the gallerist and academic institution. The second perspective examines the political dialogue issued for public comment in relation to the global monetary system as the crisis facing what are the consequences on the lives of workers. The installation is presented as a space of dialogue between questionable dictation: microphones in the gallery are positioned in representative form of nesting of the power through the alteration of the functionality of the microphones on tripods. The microphones are used as speakers and spreading an audio recording of a voice pronouncing the verb of the power in affirmative and negative forms in all persons singular and plural, omitting only the first person singular. The tripods for sustaining the microphones are positioned 2 meters and 25 cm high respectively facing the viewer.

1000 bottles of tap water, 2016

Norway has the second best quality of tap water in the world, provided for its citizens. A few years ago, a report on Norwegian television questioned the source of water used by the luxury bottled Voss brand. Supposedly these uniquely designed bottles are filled with water from the urban network, the same one that caters the city of Iceland. 1000 bottles of tap water; Intends to generate, for a limited period of time, a social ecosystem outside of everyday consumption. The intervention will be carried through the re-appropriation of a common consumer product; bottled water. Handcrafted tap water will be bottled, to explore the concept of Utopia and setting a value of transition from the current power in the economic sphere. The intervention provides 1000 free water bottles filled from Oslo tap water to people circulating in the surroundings of the central train station in Oslo.