We will wander through the Pombaline Baixa on a zigzagged route between Banco de Portugal’s head office and the former Passeio Público.
An artistic walk is never not a walk, but it takes us further. On this one, specifically, we wander through the Pombaline Baixa on a zigzagged route between Banco de Portugal’s head office and the former Passeio Público. As flâneurs, or strollers, we depart from Guy Debord’s concept of ‘dérive’, or drift, searching for new physical and political spaces in the city, spaces that reveal themselves as we stroll – more or less disinterestedly! The body is the indispensable methodological tool for this walk, as one of the concepts of the project is to connect the body to the terrain through the act of walking. Artistic provocations appear along the walk that not only aim to destabilise the notions of spectator and performer, but also produce temporary sharing communities among the strollers. Each step, each discovery is a homage to the Lisbon that remains.
Leonor Keil and Tiago Barbosa | Artistic creation and mediation
Maria Gil | Accompaniment
Vítor Alves Brotas – Teatro do Silêncio | Production
Teatro do Silêncio is part of Carnide’s Culture Network and Projecto PULSAR – Centro Histórico. Funded by the Portuguese Republic – Culture | Directorate General for the Arts and Junta de Freguesia de Carnide.
DERIVAR – Performing Walk
Circular route: meeting point and end at the Money Museum
Distance: 5 km
Duration: 3 hours approximately (with stops)
Young people / adults (14+)
Advance booking required for insurance purposes.
Name and ID required for insurance purposes.
We recommend comfortable clothing and footwear and rainwear if necessary.
In the event of rain, the walk is subject to change.
For more information contact us at email@example.com or at +351 213 213 240
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