crl – power station
Erre Projet is a new line of intervention of CRL – Central Elétrica, focusing on interaction with the territory. This action with the financial support of the government program “Garantir Cultura”, aims to tear down the walls surrounding our enclosure in the former power station of Freixo, in Porto. To know and connect with the surrounding communities, valuing the cultural, educational, social and environmental actions that take place in those venues.
The project is compound by a 4 axes joint action – mapping, creation, programming and training, with 4 sites in the Campanhã parish, near our enclosure, whose fights against marginalization, aging, social and economic exclusion are quite present.
It is clear to us that the wall that stifers us from the surrounding communities is both physical and symbolic. Greater interaction with the territory requires actions that bring together artistic creation and programming with mediation and public development, key areas to be structured and promoted.
Coordination: André Braga, Cláudia Figueiredo, Pedro Vilela and Ana Carvalhosa
“Proponent-provocateur” Artist: Bia Petrus
Proponent Artists: Ana Madureira, Nuno Preto, Rebecca Moradalizadeh & João Lan Costa, Diogo Martins & João Melo
Production coordination: Susana Lage
Production support: Cláudia Santos
Graphics: Thiago Liberdade & Inês Costa
Technical support: Pedro Coutinho & Vitor Costa
WALKING-RENDEZ-VOUZ: ACTIVATION ON THE TERRITORY
Let’s talk about Azevedo?
“Nothing changes very much” is a listening program from the territory of Azevedo. This is the first public, symbolic moment. A meeting moment that invites the inhabitants of Azevedo, and beyond, to get to know a little more about this place, often forgotten, often unknown. Talk about the place with those who inhabit it.
Our December 12th is made up of an exhibition of photography, a film, a conversation, the voices of those who made the place and those who do.
Nothing ever changes that much…