O rumor do lugar é um workshop/formação multidisciplinar que inclui práticas de composição de live-art performance, dança, teatro físico, escrita, som e movimento aplicados na criação de performances para lugares de identidade diversa. Neste exploram-se a relação entre arquitectura e meta-narrativas do lugar e o uso da Performance como linguagem responsável por novos estados temporários de diálogo no local público.
Em O rumor do lugar exploram-se metodologias e ferramentas de composição de performance, em que se dissecam por camadas as várias componentes de uma criação. Sintoniza-se o corpo para uma escrita no espaço, trabalhando-se aspectos de presença, acção, escrita e som, em sistema de composição coreográfica híbrida em que a dramaturgia da audiência em relação ao espaço e ao performer é explorada ao limite.
Este método de trabalho que ao longos dos foi testado em performances a solo ou em projectos colaborativos de teatro-dança, performance site-specific/urbana/paisagem natural, instalação, live-art performance, escrita e som para dança, é partilhado e cada participante é convidado a utilizar as ferramentas no seu próprio trabalho autoral.
Este workshop é dirigido a professores, bailarinos, atores, coreógrafos, encenadores e performers com ou sem experiência em improvisação e composição, que tenham interesse em ampliar a sua metodologia de trabalho através das linguagens multidisciplinares da performance. É também dirigio a músicos, compositores e escritores que desejem explorar composição ou dramaturgia tendo como ponto de partida o corpo e espaço.
Landscape Theatre workshop for primary and secondary school teachers, Lourinhã, Portugal, Feb 2012 O rumor desta paisagem (the bruit of this landscape)
Interdisciplinary workshop of movement, writing and sound for places and non-places. The work was made with a cross-range of teachers from public schools in Lourinhã (Portugal). It was a professional development workshop and the participants were invited to integrate some of the methodologies in a project with their students to promote learning alternatives through the arts.
AVAMAA 2011, Moks, Estonia site-specific performance workshop
AVAMAA is a multi-purpose, cross-discipline, mixed-media, context-specific artistic and social event of creative interventions. AVAMAA encourages the exchange of ideas and the realization of short term artistic projects within a 6 day event.
AVAMAA seeks to locate and identify an open space for the development of creative activity within this rapidly changing and developing environment. It debates the availability and possibilities of this public territory and its future use, and presents its ideas and experiments for the wider community. In 2011 the symposium will move towards a more self-determined space: projects, workshops, and performances will be proposed, conducted, and presented largely by the participants themselves; In this way we will continue to blur the boundaries between knowledge-giver and -taker, and create a communal space for collective creation and exploration. Participants will take part in both creative and practical propositions, also sharing responsibility for the planning and preparation of group meals, and cleaning and organisation of the space.
AVAMAA 2011 will include two main workshops, taking place in the morning sessions of the event during the whole week. The afternoon sessions will be led by a different festival participant every day. The main workshops will present their work at the end of the week in an event open to the public including performances, concerts, and presentations.
Workshop presented: Every (no)thing A site-specific performance workshop led by Bruno Humberto
This is a sound, movement and writing workshop on creating performance for empty spaces and shifting landscapes. The participants will have opportunity to try different compositional tools of performance making, exercising and dissecting the different layers that constitute a piece of work. They will be invited to generate new material, using methods borrowed from absurd, landscape theatre, improvised music, photography and poetry. The final outcome of the workshop will be a large scale site specific/ landscape performance promenade devised with all the participants, taking place in Mooste and in the surrounding area.
every (no)thing: A landscape performance workshop at
This is a sound, movement and writing
workshop on creating performance for the empty space and shifting landscapes.
The participants will have
opportunity to try different compositional tools of performance making, exercising
and dissecting the different layers that constitute a piece of work. Having
nothing as a starting point and as an end, they will be invited to generate new
material, using methods borrowed from absurd, landscape theatre, improvised
music, photography and poetry.
Sat. 30th of April, 2011, 2-4pm Santuary ArtsSpace as part of GIFT festival more info
the landscape speaks Workshop
In this short workshop, participants are invited to listen to the landscape through devised exercises that have the body as departure. A journey that starts with physical work to tuning the ears, following orchestration of voice and actions in group, finishing with a collective performance improvisation in the natural surroundings of Eltham Palace, where the activity takes place.
Workshop led by Bruno Humberto
At: Greenwich World Cultural Festival 2010
A free afternoon event at Eltham Palace Sunday, 4 July, 2010 Time: 12pm Outdoors Duration: 40-60m