Hangar | Triangle Network 8th Edition by Ricardo November 17, 2019 0 Uncategorized

UNTITLED
10 TO 20 DECEMBER 2019

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Untitled is the eight edition of Triangle Network (trianglenetwork.org) workshop held in Hangar, Lisbon.
Often it is a title that names works of art and exhibitions: Untitled opens possibilities and assumes a non-name, an endless process of options and creative processes. The intention is that of not imparting an explanation by naming the work so it can speak by itself, open to the diversity of the artists’ practices.

Resident Artists

Invited Artists and Curators

FILIPA OLIVEIRA

Filipa Oliveira is, since 2018, the Visual Arts Programmer and Curator of the City of Almada, running the Casa da Cerca Art Center and the Municipal Art Gallery. She is also the founding curator of the Navigator Art on Paper Prize. From 2015 to 2017 she was the artistic director of the Fórum Eugénio de Almeida in Évora, Portugal. Prior she worked as an independent curator for 12 years working with institutions such as Centro Cultural de Belém (Lisbon), Kettle’s Yard (UK), John Hansards Gallery (UK), Tate Modern (UK), Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian Centro de Arte Moderna (Lisbon), Fundação Carmona e Costa (Lisbon), Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian (France), Berardo Museum (Lisbon), Crac Alsace (France), Kunstverein Springhornhof (Germany), Ffotogallery (UK), Mead Gallery (UK), Frieze Projects (UK), Stills Gallery (UK), among others. She was curatorial assistant of the 28th São Paulo Biennial and in 2012 was guest curator of the Satellite at Jeu de Paume where she curated solo exhibitions of Jimmy Robert, Tamar Guimarães, Rosa Barba and Filipa César. She has an extensive list of essays in catalogues and in publications. Has written essays and exhibition reviews for Arte Contexto, Contemporary and Flash Art  L+Arte and Artforum.

LUÍSA SANTOS

Luísa Santos (1980, Lisbon) trained as a communication designer (5 year degree at Faculty Fine Arts Lisbon, 1998-2003) and worked as a designer in advertising and design studios between 2003 and 2006, in Portugal and Italy. In 2006, Luísa Santos moved to London, where she graduated with a Masters in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art, with the support of the Gulbenkian Foundation (2006-2008). She has been working as an independent curator since 2008, having lived in England, Austria, Denmark, Germany and Belgium. In 2015, she was awarded her PhD on ‘multidisciplinary approaches in art for social change’, in the frame of the CCCPM programme (SEgroup and Humboldt- Viadrina School of Governance, Berlin), which she has published with Routledge in 2018 under the title Multidisciplinarity: Projects for Social Change in Art and Culture. In 2016, she was awarded a Gulbenkian Professorship and appointed Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Human Sciences of Universidade Católica Portuguesa, in Lisbon, where she is currently coordinating 4Cs: from Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture, a project co-funded by the European Commission through Creative Europe. She is also a member of ICOM; AICA (Association Internationale des Critiques d’Art – International Association of Art Critics); APHA (Associação Portuguesa de Historiadores da Arte); IKT (International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art); and The British Art Network, Tate, since May 2013.

MELISSA RODRIGUES

Melissa Rodrigues (1985, Cape-Verde). Post graduated in Performance (Specialization Degree) by the Faculty of Fine Arts – UP and Under graduated in Anthropology by FCSH – UNL. Member of Formação Intensiva Acompanhada (F.I.A.) in Performative Arts by c.e.m. – centro em movimento, Lisbon. Currently living in Porto, she’s an Educator at the Educational Services in Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art; collaborates with A Oficina – Educação e Mediação Cultural – Guimarães – and is on the process of creating a pedagogical project for ESPAÇO SP620 – Salut Au Monde! Frequently participates in collaborative and interdisciplinary projects that are related with art, experimentation and activism. As a researcher in the areas of performance and anthropology, she has been developing research in Visual culture, image and representation. Co-creating in 2017 with ‘Coletivo Chá das Pretas’ the performance ‘cabelo’, following in the same year by invitation of choreographer Joclécio Azevedo, conceived a lecture-performance presented in the scope of the ”Documentário” Project, that took place in the performance-conference of “submissive to politics – the place of a black body in visual culture”, performance that has been shown in both academic and artistic context.

Public Program

> 10 December | Tuesday | 9 pm
Nástio Mosquito Sound Installation

> 12 December | Thursday | 6 pm
Talk with national artists and the curator Filipa Oliveira

> 13 December | Friday
6 pm |Talk with international artists and the curator Luísa Santos
8 pm | Special Dinner (info & reservations: communication@hangar.com.pt)

> 17 December | Tuesday | 6 pm
Artist talk & Performance with invited artist Melissa Rodrigues
“from submissive to political – the place of the black body in visual culture”

> 20 December | Friday
6 pm | Open day
8 pm | Special dinner & DJ Maurrice (info & reservations: communication@hangar.com.pt)

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Talk with national artists and the curator Filipa Oliveira

12 December | Thursday | 6 pm
ENTRADA LIVRE

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Talk with international artists and the curator Luísa Santos + Dinner

13 December | Friday
6 pm |Talk with international artists and the curator Luísa Santos
8 pm | Special Dinner (info & reservations: communication@hangar.com.pt)

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Artist talk & Performance with invited artist Melissa Rodrigues

17 December | Tuesday | 6 pm
“from submissive to political – the place of the black body in visual culture”

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Open Day+Dinner & DJ Maurrice

20 December | Friday
6 pm | Open day
8 pm | Special dinner & DJ Maurrice (info & reservations: communication@hangar.com.pt)


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