In this cycle of performances associated with the festival, artists are challenged to explore performatively using archival materials, personal or not, or problematizations of memory.
The main objective is to present performative proposals in their expanded areas (interdisciplinary, spatial and thematic displacements). At the same time that intimacies and familiarities are problematized, creative possibilities are projected that cross disciplines and borders, reinforcing, within the festival-event, the fine line between the real and the performative.
NÁCAR, by BRUNO SENUNE – 6:30 pm
Nácar is a performative proposal that reflects on forgetfulness, memory fiction.
A TALE FOR THE ROOTLESS, by TERESA NORONHA FEIO – 6:45 pm
The work is part of an investigation that allowed the artist to reconstruct and embody a memory, which she does not want to be forgotten.
ROER, by VERA MOTA – 7:15 pm
Roer proposes a reflection on the binary that distinguishes organic from inorganic matter, on the subjective distinction between biological and geological bodies.
The Family Film Project is a film festival that has taken place annually in Porto since 2012.