Republican Progress in Circle (November 2022)
On November 15, 2022, the day of the proclamation of the Republic of Brazil, go to Columbus Circle in New York City to take a walk along the footpath on the perimeter of the plaza. Reverse the direction of the walk. When walking forward, walk slowly, and when walking backwards, do it with sudden, quick steps. Wear white clothing and Brazil's national flag. When walking forward, the flag hangs down the back like a superhero cape and when walking backwards, the fabric is reversed like a veil. Start clockwise and forward. Estimated duration: one lap around Columbus Circle.
Revolution, just couch Che Guevaras (October 2022)
Performative program: On October 2, 2022, go to Washington Square Park wearing a red shirt and black pants. Race the other participant, Leonor Mendes, to see who gets last to the finishing line. The competition is also a counter-march, marching/running backwards, so that the backs of the competitors always face their final destiny. Hold a black umbrella throughout the entire process. Starting line: Fountain. Finishing line: red couch positioned under the arch. Estimated duration: counting of the votes for the first round of Brazil’s presidential election. On October 2, that duration was from 4pm to 8pm. Repeated the same program on October 30 for the run-off.
A letter to the LMA field (June 2022)
In its character of lecture-performance, this piece was thought to be originally presented at the LABAN 22+100: Intenational Conference. The work uses studies of the Spatial Scales of the icosahedro, of the Body-Space Connections and gestures that, when overlapped with the reading of a letter addressed to the movement analysis field in which several aspects of its History are critized, it create layers of meaning about the knowledge we continuously produce within the field.
BR-18 (October 2018)
"BR-18" was presented in Rio de Janeiro in the middle of the last presedential elections. Our last day of performance happened simultenously with the counting of votes that would declare Bolsonaro's victory over the left-wing party. BR-18 is an attempt to frame the Brazilian circumstances for the working class during the year of 2018 regarding the elections and unemployment.
Revolução na América do Sul (July 2018)
"Revolução na América do Sul" is a play written by Augusto Boal. Staged in 2018, the performance targeted the story of "José", a construction worker who has to live absurd situations to survive in an election year.
Award winner for distinguished director and play (FETAERJ).
Fronteiras Invisíveis (December 2019)
"Fronteiras Invisíveis" was the collective performance organized from a Residence in "Centro Coreográfico - Rio de Janeiro" with the Belgium choreographer Marie Close. The piece addressed the term "Balbúrdia", used by the Brazilian federal governement to deligitimize and characterize as chaotic and "messy" the art work produced in Federal Universities.
Romola&Nijinsky (August 2019)
Romola&Nijinsky was a site-specific piece connecting both theatre and dance language that took place at the three floors of a historical patrimony palace in Rio. The performance was based on Nijinsky's diaries and showed the couple's life, discussing themes such as fluid sexuality and mental health.
Nominated for Best Movement Direction (APTR)
CRUA (October 2019)
"CRUA" puts forward many narratives from people living on the streets of Rio de Janeiro. During the creative process, all the artists involved organized meetings, picnics and other gatherings at public squares in Rio to get to know some of those stories in what we called "Ensaios-Partilha". The group also contacted a number of social movements and organisations that dealt with homeless and street living issues and causes.
Rinocerontes (June 2016)
"Rinocerontes" is a play written by Eugène Ionesco. Staged in 2016, after former-president Dilma's impeachment act, the performance involving public high school students tackled the transformation proposed by Ionesco as an openess attitude towards fascism in Brazil.