CATTIVO

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Marlene Monteiro Freitas . Lisbon . Portugal

Installation for hundreds of music stands  

In Cattivo, music stands are explored to the limit of their expressive properties, their ability to embody emotional states and make decisions, manipulating themselves and other objects, presenting themselves as a team in a symphonic community with different instruments, rhythms, melodic lines… As a stage, garden or dollhouse, the installation lies between the vegetable, the animal and the fantasy world. 

Marlene Monteiro Freitas, who was born and grew up in Cape Verde, creates opulent, formally rigorous and poetic image worlds. In 2018, she was awarded the Silver Lion in the Venice Biennale in the category of dance.  

Online conversation The One Thing That Helped
With Marlene Monteiro Freitas and Martine Dennewald
THU 02.07.
08.30 PM

We are using the video platform Zoom for the discussions. If you would like to participate, please email us on talks@theaterformen.de You will then be given access to the individual events.

Artistic and technical team André Calado . Andreas Merk . Marlene Monteiro Freitas . Miguel Figueira . Tiago Cerqueira . Yannick Fouassier Production P.OR.K . BoCA – Biennial of Contemporary Arts Head of Production Lukas Pergande Distribution Key Performance Co-Production Teatro Nacional São João . São Luiz Teatro Municipal Thanks to Alexandre Mota . Armindo Neves Ruivo ANR . AutoCoelho . Berto Pinheiro . Bruno Leonel Marques . Cláudio Silva (Salpinx- trompete grega antiga) . Eurico Gonçalves . Gliding Barnacles . Jorge Gomes . José Capote . Lourenço e Letra . Márcio Oliveira 


Staatstheater Kleines Haus


02.07. 17:00 - 21:00 Uhr

03.07. - 05.07. 15:00 - 21:00 Uhr

07.07. - 09.07. 17:00 - 21:00 Uhr

10.07. - 12.07. 15:00 - 21:00 Uhr

Admission 8 Euro
Concessions 5 Euro
Duration up to 1h
Language No language

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Hygiene rules

Mouth and nose protection are mandatory when visiting the installation Cattivo. There are signs explaining distance and hygiene rules. A maximum of 10 visitors is allowed in the installation within a time slot of one hour on a total surface of about 300 m2. No talking or singing in the installation. The contact details of the visitors of a time slot are recorded for the purpose of tracing infection chains. The room is regularly ventilated, and surfaces are disinfected.