The collective is located in a hybrid territory between contemporary art and architecture. With their bodies and the camera, they experience spatial relationships, the transfiguration and metamorphosis of space, in a constant resignification that this dialogue makes possible. They lead a workshop at the Secondary School of Castro Verde.
Choreographer, performer and writer, the artist Sónia Baptista has been present with her work in several Portuguese and foreign theatres and festivals. Her language is multidisciplinary and mixes classical texts, philosophical texts, pop culture, gender issues or ecofeminism. She now visits and develops work at Serpa Secondary School.
With a path that brings together fashion creation, design and research, Alexandra Cabral focuses on interdisciplinary fashion practices, as an art form and the artistic expression linked to costume. In the workshop she directs in Mértola, she develops links between fashion and the visual arts.
Choreographer and contextual artist, Gustavo Ciríaco's work transits between the performing arts and the imaging arts, performance, architecture, anthropology and landscaping. Themes such as the present and presence, landscape representation, perception, urban space, situated performance and cognitive immersion are constantly addressed in his work. He now visits and works at the Diogo de Gouveia Secondary School (Beja).