Catarina Miranda

Portugal 1982

Artist working with languages that intercept image, movement, voice, scenography and light, approaching the body as a vessel for the transformation and mediation of hypnagogic states, as well as for the gestures and procedures of the visceral conscience of the present.

Miranda presented the stage pieces:

DREAM IS THE DREAMER at DDD Festival 2019 (Porto/ Portugal), PAYS DE DANSES 2020 at Théâtre de Liège (Belgium), TAGV (Coimbra/ Portugal), Festival Explore Dance Romenia; Shrishti Institute, Bangalore/ India; ICI-CCN Montpellier/ France (Master Exerce);

BOCA MURALHA at DO DISTURB 2019 — Palais de Tokyo (Paris,France); at National Theatre Carlos Alberto 2017 (Porto/ Portugal); at Materiais Diversos and Circular Festivals 2016 (Portugal);

MAZEZAM at THE MUSEUM AS PERFORMANCE 2018 — Serralves Museum (Porto/ Portugal) and at AltesFinanzamt, Berlin in 2013; REIPOSTO REIMORTO at Municipal Theatre 2015 (Porto/ Portugal).

REIPOSTO REIMORTO at Municipal Theatre Porto/PT (2015);

SHARK * THE CELESTIAL EMPORIUM OF BENEVOLENT KNOWLEDGE at PT15/PT; Dock11/Berlin/DE; Municipal Theatre Porto/PT (2015);

RAM MAN/ THE QUIVER MADE OF FLESH (Municipal Theatre Porto/PT; Dock11/Berlin/DE; DanceBox/Kobe/JP; TNSJ/PT; Guimarães/European Capital of Culture/PT (2012-2014);

Miranda presented the video pieces:

MOUNTAIN MOUTH at Dancebox & Maizuru RB/JP; Municipal Library of Porto; Dock11 Berlin/DE; Marl Media Art Awards13—Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl/DE; Desnorte/TNSJ/PT (2013-2014);

AMENTA at Festival Magnética Buenos Aires/AR; Festival Fiver/La Rioja/ES; Dança em Foco/Rio de Janeiro/BR (2013);

MAZEZAM at In Shadow Festival/ Lisbon/PT; Façade Video Festival/Bulgaria/BG (2012/13);

HOUSE ABOVE THE CLOUDS – Documentary at Dancebox & Maizuru RB/JP; Desnorte/TNSJ/PT (2013).

Has finished the Master EXERCE at ICI-CCN Montpellier/FR. (2016 – 2018) and the BA in Visual Arts at the Fine Arts School of Porto’s University/PT (2001-2006); She studied NOH Theatre at TTT Program in Kyoto (2018) and Classical Ballet by Royal Academy of Dance/PT. (1986-1998).






Catarina Miranda ©Rui Palma
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