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Lisbon Falls / Marcelo Dantas

  • 09:00 - 25 August, 2015
Lisbon Falls / Marcelo Dantas
Lisbon Falls / Marcelo Dantas, Courtesy of Marcelo Dantas
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Text description provided by the architects. The structure is presented as an idea of trespassing or transition to another reality. For the rediscovery of a known place, now experienced in a more complete way, covering all the senses of our body, in an experience that is meant to be total.

Courtesy of Marcelo Dantas
Courtesy of Marcelo Dantas

A temporary structure built inside the Fonte Luminosa (Luminous Fountain) in Lisbon allows entering inside it, going through the fountains and waterfalls, in an interaction with the sculptures, water, light and sound.

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The result is a dynamic scenography, materialized in a simple wooden structure, of an ephemeral nature, opposed to the density of the font´s and its sculptures stone materiality.

Courtesy of Marcelo Dantas
Courtesy of Marcelo Dantas

The choreographies generated in this scenario are spontaneous and diverse. Acts of discovery, contemplation, surprise ... but above all, actions from the willingness to share the experience.

Courtesy of Marcelo Dantas
Courtesy of Marcelo Dantas

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