crl – power station
21 Volts – International Meeting of Arts, promoted by CRL – Central Elétrica, reaches its second edition in the city of Porto. From the 2nd to the 5th of September, the public will be able to attend, free of charge, the opening of processes, performances and concerts by artists from 4 countries, in the premises of the former Electric Power Station of Freixo.
CRL – Central Elétrica marks the new beginning of an artistic project with a long path of activity. By merging in a single acronym CiRcoLando and CentRaL, CRL pursues in an articulated way two nuclear axes of action – own creations vs. residences and programming –, believing that the integrated development of both areas generates unique ways of thinking and doing both.
The works that make up the programming of the second edition of VOLTS seek to reflect on the notion of Body-Narrative, a possibility of thinking about the place of immateriality and the tension between the maintenance and disappearance of what we still call narrative.
Venue: Central Elétrica (CACE Cultural do Porto, Rua do Freixo, 1071, Porto)
How to get there: Metro: Campanhã; STCP: 205 e 400 (paragem EDP)
Free parking available. Food and drinks available.
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SUPPORTS: Criatório / CMP Porto, Programa Iberescena, Garantir Cultura
Curatorship 21 Volts: Pedro Vilela with André Braga, Cláudia Figueiredo e Ana Carvalhosa
Production direction: Ana Carvalhosa
Executive production: Cláudia Santos, Susana Lage
Technical coordination and set up: Pedro Coutinho
Technical support: Vitor Costa
Graphic art: Thiago Liberdade
Audiovisual recording: Thiago Liberdade and Inês Costa