Project Description

    Arael
    Arael is a visual performance that seeks a representation of the journey for matter to be conceived. The name is a reflection for a passage between states of contemplation of the form, in a space where the encounter with rules, changes constantly the composition. Presented in an abstract environment, realities are generated and consequently deconstructed, in a single moment.

    Márcio Paranhos
    Márcio Paranhos is a New Media Artist, from Portugal. Graduated in Multimedia, his works combine multiple forms of expression with the new technologies, as a way to interacte with the audience. His main interests are focused on live performances, vjing, experimental film and interactive installations where he has developed some projects and collaborations. His projects distinguish by a minimalism and involvement of the senses, result of the conceptualism and the merge with new technologies. “Thanatos” an interactive installation and “LOGOS” project, both developed in a Masters in Digital Arts, are some of the most prominent works developed by the artist. Create new worlds as a way to interpret what sorround us is a crucial part of his work.

    Porto Superior School of Music and Performing Arts (ESMAE), Portugal
    Porto’s Superior School of Music and Performing Arts (ESMAE), belonging to the Porto’s Polytechnic Institute (IPP) emerged (1994), after the extinction of the Superior School of Music, with intention to widen its offer of graduation courses to other artistic areas beyond music. Nowadays, ESMAE encloses three departments: Music (instrument, singing, composition, early music, jazz, production and music technologies); Theatre and Visual Arts.ESMAE has developed varied partnerships in order to give a chance to its students to show their work, off campus through concerts and festivals.
    ESMAE has nearly 830 students and 140 teachers. ESMAE has got more than 90 cooperation agreements with international institutions and has been taking part in European projects since 2003;active partner in AEC and ELIA (performing arts european associations), in several ERASMUS IPs such as Operamedia, IICS, SACS, La Follia, Phoenix and promoter of several national and international festivals like HARMOS festival, IRI and SET.