VICENTE ‘15, Sacred, body and image

Gabriele Seifert, Alessandro Lupi
Curator: Mário Caeiro

P r o g r a m


3.9.2015 - 10:00 – 18:00
Gabriele Seifert
Goethe-Institut Portugal - Goethe Institut - Campo dos Mártires da Pátria, 37, Lisboa
Meeting the artist Gabriele Seifert
11:00 – 16:00
Urban Intervention
16:30 – 18:00
Meeting the artist Gabriele Seifert
(Participative Performance –  Qi-Gong
Practice) - Goethe Institut (gardens)

5.9.2015 – 18:00
Project Travessa da Ermida

Alessandro Lupi
Ephemeral sculpture at Travessa do Marta Pinto

Gabriele Seifert
Video installation in Ermida

18:30 and 19:30 (Zurich 19:30 and 20:30)
Mobile concert at Travessa do Marta Pinto
‘Europe – the future of history’ – Zurich -Lisbon via Skype

Gabriele Seifert
Qi-Gong practice  

6.9.2015 – 16:00

Release and presentation of VICENTE’15 folio, with the participation of Gabriele Seifert and Alessandro Lupi and remaining authors and illustrators.

3.10.2015 – 16:00

Vincentiated Conversations

Conversation with the authors and the illustrators of the VICENTE ’15 folio, during which these will present their specific contributions to the Project. Guided tour by the curator.
2015's edition of project Vicente - a project Travessa da Ermida anual initiative which began in 2011 and has as them the city of Lisbon Patron, Saint Vincent, who has been interpreted in several ways by national and international artists and authors - deals with three intertwined themes: Sacred, Body and Image.

The program, part of Lisboa na Rua/ Com'out Lisbon municipal initiative proposes a series of innovative artistic situations, by international creators for the first time in Lisbon. The invited artists are the Italian Alessandro Lupi, and the German Gabriele Seifert and Rochus Aust with its 1. DEUTSCHES STROMORCHESTER.

Alessandro Lupi produces an ephemeral sculpture in the urban space of Travessa do Marta Pinto. Gabriele Seifert presents a video installation in the chapel, and a performance involving those passing by. Rochus Aust presents a skype concert during the opening, connecting Lisbon to Zurich, as a preview of his installation for next year. The ceremony is about to begin!

Every year, VICENTE is also a book, a set of essays with surprising perspectives, complementing each other while revisiting the myth in our time. The authors of the 2015 folio are Vítor Manuel Adrião, historian and esotheric writer; Moirika Reker, visual artist and landscape researcher; Paulo Borges, philosopher and writer; Fernando Poeiras, researcher in communication sciences and design; Philip Cabau, essayist in the field of drawing; Nelson Guerreiro, theater author and performer. The edition includes original drawing projects by Vítor Galvão and João Carola as well as a special extratext dedicated to the opera CABARET VICENTE, by José Eduardo Rocha, premièred at São Luiz Teatro Municipal in 2014.


Promoting Entity Project Travessa da Ermida Director Eduardo Fernandes Project Manager Fábia Fernandes Setting Madalena éme Concept and Curator Mário Caeiro Design Pedro Baltazar Almeida Vicente's original graphic image Silva Designers Artists Alessandro Lupi, Gabriele Seifert, Rochus Aust Authors folio  Vítor Manuel Adrião, Philip Cabau, Moirika Reker, Paulo Borges, Fernando Poeiras, Nelson Guerreiro, Mário Caeiro Drawings Vítor Galvão, João Carola Report Cabaret Vicente José Eduardo Rocha  Photography Agata Wiórko

Support EGEAC, CML, Instituto Italiano, Goethe-Institut Portugal, Junta de Freguesia de Santa Maria de Belém, Enoteca de Belém, Embaixada da República Federal da Alemanha em Lisboa, Ministerium Für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen


Alessandro Lupi
Alessandro Lupi was born in Genoa, Italy in 1975. He studied at the Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti in Genoa. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany. His works were exhibited among others at the Uffizi Museum in Florence, the Avesta Museum in Sweden or the Kunsthaus Tacheles in Berlin. in 2008 an installation work was commissioned for the International Biennial of Havana which is permanently exhibited in the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes de San Alejandro in Havana. In 2010 the City of Ljubljana commissioned a permanent sculpture to celebrate the World Book Capital Ljubljana by the UNESCO. Lupiʼs work focuses on light and its fusion with color, space and time. Every work appears to create its own world, concentrating on the idea of “inversion”, that is, on the possibility of offering to the spectator the opposite point of view from the expected or predicted one. In his works the dichotomy of opposite situations, like exterior-interior, freedom-prison or life-death are annulated by the contemporary perception of these two aspects without, nevertheless, favoring any perceptive or hierarchic prevalence. Participated in the last Venice Architecture Biennale with Light Curve, an in situ intervention presented at Palazzo Bembo.

Gabriele Seifert
1959 born in Bad Rothenfelde, Germany. Lives and works in Köln, Germany. Fields of work: painting, video, collage and installation. 1978-83 Philosophy studies, WWU-Münster. 1979-85 Studies at the academy of arts Düsseldorf, dept. Münster. 1984 Master student of Prof. Ulrich Erben. 1989-90 Video art studies with Prof. Nam June Paik, academy of arts, Düsseldorf  Since 1981 solo- and group shows organization of exhibitions and projects, international video festival participation.

Rochus Aust
Born 1968 in Recklinghausen, Germany. Music studies at Trossingen Music College and at the Royal College of Music, London. Award winner at international competitions as trumpeter, composer and visual artist. Scholarships from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and the Märkischen Kulturkonferenz, amongst others. Concert tours in over 30 countries with productions and recordings for more than 70 radio/television stations and labels. His current coordinates are the interface of visual concerts, MOVinstallations and poésie eléctronique. Rochus Aust is the founder and artistic director of RE-LOAD FUTURA and the 1st GERMAN ELECTROPHONIC ORCHESTRA (1. DEUTSCHES STROMORCHESTER).

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