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Rita Castro Neves and Daniel Moreira

Key-points | This duo of artists of humanimal exhibition is a starting point for their workshop where a poetic, recreational, experience-based and utopian universe is inspired by the relationship between humans and animals. The program seeks to look again at the misaligned separation that exists between us and the world.

Objectives | Participants will be invited to discover the Palácio de Cristal garden, observing and collecting natural elements (leaves, branches, stones ...) that will be used in drawings and performance. These materials will give rise to humanimal characters that will be photographed. These new, invented beings that are born from the interception of human, animal and plant, trigger reflections on how we see things and provide a representation of the relationship between our condition and animal nature, which is simultaneously close and distant.

Participants | All the family

Formators | www.danielmoreira.net | www.ritacastroneves.com


Families | 4€ for each family element

Students | 6€

General Public | 8€

Local | The workshop will take place at the Crystal Palace

Date | 22nd june

Schedule | 10h-13h

Maximum participants | 16 participants. Pre-selection made by order of registration.

Note | The workshop will be lectured in Portuguese.

For more information, please contact Ci.CLO Bienal Photography of Porto - geral@ciclo-bienal.org