Swarming Decay by Jonathan Saldanha
as part of The Invisible Exhibition in collaboration with Culturgest

Nov. 26 - 10 Jan. 2021

The exhibition will be on display until January 10 2021 and the ticket is 3 euros. The purchased ticket at Carpintarias will give access to Culturgest and vice versa.

All DGS norms will be strictly and carefully followed  so the space is safe for visitors.

Exhibition view, Ana Malta 2020
Exhibition view, Ana Malta 2020

Exhibition // 26th Nov. - 10th Jan. 2021

Carpintarias de São Lázaro hosts a part of The Invisible Exhibition: a sound installation from portuguese artist Jonathan Uliel Saldanha.

Jonathan Saldanha’s Swarming Decay is a multi-channel audio installation. A swarm is formed from the sound tracks of everyday life. Human-made and mineral-extraction objects are activated by animal properties, moving through the air of this once active carpentry shop now a Cultural Center, in predation games.

To be presented at Carpintarias this installation is part of The Invisible Exhibition curated by Delfim Sardo that is opened at Culturgest from September 25 to January 10. From November 26, tickets purchased to visit the exhibition at Culturgest will give visitors access to Carpintarias and vice versa.

Jonathan Uliel Saldanha lives in Porto and works with music, video and motion. He has performed as a composer and a musician in many festivals and national and international venues, such as, Sónar, Primavera Sound, Issue Project Room, Elevate and OUT.FEST. His installations and performances were presented at Museu Serralves, Accès(s) Festival, DañsFabrik, Teatro Municipal Rivoli, Palais de Tokyo and Culturgest Porto.

Eduardo Sousa Ribeiro 2020

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