Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha
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Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha
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Theatre

Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha

Altamira 2042

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18 Euro (conc. 9 Euro, [k]-Karte 9 Euro)

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In portugiesischer Sprache mit deutschen und englischen Übertiteln.

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Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha

Altamira 2042

Altamira 2042

Altamira 2042

Altamira 2042

In a techno-shamanistic ritual, Brazilian artist Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha makes the threatened Rio Xingu river in the Amazon regions speak.

For eight years, artist, actress and director Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha has been working on an artistic research project on the threatened river landscapes in Brazil. She regularly travels to the Amazon region and networks with female resistance fighters throughout the country. In ALTAMIRA 2042 she focuses on a tributary of the Amazon river, the Rio Xingu, and the Belo Monte dam, which massively threatens the habitats and rainforest areas on this rivers banks.

As master of ceremonies in a techno-shamanistic ritual, Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha presents documentary material of the river herself, the indigenous inhabitants of its banks and their enchanted beings. The voices of the water, the animals, the plants, the residents, the displaced and the deceased, but also the sounds of the machines and the noise of destruction come out of colorful LED speakers. A polyphonic mythological-spiritual narrative unfolds about the river as a carrier of history, the significance for the biotope and the environment – and about the possibilities of resistance and a different future in the speculative year 2042.

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Images: Eryk Rocha, Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha, João Marcelo Iglesias, Clara Mor, Cibele Forjaz Eryk Rocha, Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha, João Marcelo Iglesias, Clara Mor, Cibele Forjaz Concept & director: Gabriela Carneiro Da Cunha, Xingu River Artistic Dialogues: Cibele Forjaz, Dinah De Oliveira, Sonia Sobral Assistant Director: João Marcelo Iglesias Second Assistant Director: Clara Mor, Jimmy Wong With texts by: Raimunda Gomes Da Silva, João Pereira Da Silva, Povos Indígenas Araweté E Juruna, Bel Juruna, Eliane Brum, Antonia Mello, Mc Rodrigo / Poeta Marginal, Mc Fernando, Thais Santi, Thais Mantovanelli, Marcelo Salazar, Lariza Video Editing: João Marcelo Iglesias, Rafael Frazão, Gabriela Carneiro Da Cunha Text Editing: Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha, João Marcelo Iglesias Sound Design: Felipe Storino, Bruno Carneiro Kostüme: Carla Ferraz Licht: Cibele Forjaz Installation Design: Carla Ferraz, Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha Installation Production: Carla Ferraz, Cabeção, Ciro Schou Technology, Programming, Automation: Bruno Carneiro, Computadores Fazem Arte Multimedia Design: Rafael Frazão, Bruno Carneiro Visual Design: Rodrigo Barja Body Work: Paulo Mantuano, Mafalda Pequenino Research: Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha, João Marcelo Iglesias, Cibele Forjaz, Clara Mor, Dinah De Oliveira, Eliane Brum, Sonia Sobral, Mafalda Pequenino, Eryk Rocha Production management: Gabriela Gonçalves / Corpo Rastreado International distribution: Judith Martin / Ligne directe Subtitles: Luiza Provedel (EN); Martin Zuccato (D) Translation Manifest: Igor Metzeltin