Project Description

BURACO was born out of a desire to share other possible relationship logics with children, opening space for a sensory and sensitive adventure. On stage, three performers take off for an adventure: they go in and out, up and down, they cross and they pierce large, small, green, dark, noisy and silent landscapes. In BURACO everything is pierced and everything pierces. Everything is supposed to cross over, go in or go out, fall inside, remain, disappear. To look and to see the other side: black, skin, green, printed, hairy. BURACO is an adventure of matter. Without transitions. A whole world fits in.

Elisabete Finger is a performer and choreographer. Since 2010, she lives and works between Berlin (Germany) and Curitiba (Brazil), developing solo works and collaborations with other artists. She was and artist-in-residence at Casa Hoffman – International Center for Movement Studies (Curitiba, 2004), participated in the Essais program at CNDC d’Angers (France, 2005/2006) and recently completed the Master of Arts Solo/ Dance/ Authorship (SODA) at HZT/UdK (Berlin, 2010-2012). She was one of the members of the Couve-Flor Minicomunidade Artística Mundial.

Concept, directing and creation: Elisabete Finger
Creation and performance:
Cinira Macedo, Jamil Cardoso and Sandro Amaral
Assistance and accompaniment:
Litó Walkey and Xenia Hauf
Props and costumes:
Elisabete Finger, Marion Montel and Marcelo Busato (construction)
Lighting:
Fábia Regina and Yair Vardi
Production:
Cândida Monte and Wellington Guitti (Brazil) and Ana Rocha (Germany)
Support and residencies:
Pact Zollverein and Fabrik Potsdam Coproduction: Uferstudios (Berlin), Pact Zollverein (Essen) and Festival Panorama de Dança (Rio de Janeiro)
Coproduction:
Uferstudios (Berlin), Pact Zollverein (Essen), Festival Panorama de Dança (Rio de Janeiro)
Ackowledgement:
Barbara Friedrich, Eva Maria Hoerster, Thiago Granato, Neto Machado, Jorge Alencar, Danilo Viana, Kerem Gelebek, Lena Soundmer, Murilo Moregola and Ana Trincão.

This project was financed by Prêmio Rumos Itaú Cultural Dança 2012/2014 and Prêmio Funarte Petrobras de Dança Klauss Vianna/2012 (Brazil); and by Senatskanzlei –  Kulturelle Angelegenheiten and Bezirksamt Mitte, Fachbereich Kunst und Kultur – Bezirkskulturfonds Berlin (Germany).