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22 SEP-23 SEP

Ponto Ómega

Ponto Ómega

Contemporary dance performance

There is a zone somewhere between feminine and masculine. Ponto Ómega (Omega point) is a neutral place where sexuality is in a sort of a parenthesis.
Contemporary dance performance

There is a zone somewhere between feminine and masculine. Ponto Ómega (Omega point) is a neutral place where sexuality is in a sort of a parenthesis.
22 SEP-23 SEP
16:00-18:00

Entrevistas - Tiago Cadete

Entrevistas - Tiago Cadete

A biographical fiction by Tiago Cadete mixed with biographies of migrants from different generations in Brazil.
A biographical fiction by Tiago Cadete mixed with biographies of migrants from different generations in Brazil.
22 SEP-23 SEP
9:00-19:00

Open House Lisboa 2018

Open House, Free entrance

Open House Lisboa 2018

September, the cultural rentrée month, the month to rediscover our city, the Open House Lisbon month. We like to see the city from different perspectives and because of that this year we are going to look at Lisbon through the gaze of architect, critic, and teacher Luís Santiago Baptista, and architect, teacher, and curator Maria Rita Pais. This public event is a co-production between Lisbon Triennale and EGEAC.

Open House is an international event with more than 35 participant cities in the world. In 2012, the Triennale brought Open House to Portugal, an event that has established itself as a reference in the capital. In 2015 and 2016, we also launched Open House Porto, in collaboration with Casa da Arquitectura.

Open House, Free entrance
September, the cultural rentrée month, the month to rediscover our city, the Open House Lisbon month. We like to see the city from different perspectives and because of that this year we are going to look at Lisbon through the gaze of architect, critic, and teacher Luís Santiago Baptista, and architect, teacher, and curator Maria Rita Pais. This public event is a co-production between Lisbon Triennale and EGEAC.

Open House is an international event with more than 35 participant cities in the world. In 2012, the Triennale brought Open House to Portugal, an event that has established itself as a reference in the capital. In 2015 and 2016, we also launched Open House Porto, in collaboration with Casa da Arquitectura.

Open House, Free entrance
20 NOV
19h

Atelier Bow-Wow

Critical Distance, Conference

Atelier Bow-Wow

This architecture studio based in Tokyo, was founded in 1992, by couple Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kajima. Their practice includes buildings, research and art practice. Their research focuses on the urban conditions of micro-architecture and ad hoc architecture, and guides their innovative approaches to the challenges of building in small, irregular, ephemeral spaces in the urban and suburban fabric.


Starting by documenting the urban reality of Tokyo, Atelier Bow-Wow published several books in the shape of guides, which introduce the reader to the ad-hoc nature of the urban landscape. They are the authors of the concept “Pet Architecture”, that involved a study documenting tiny buildings that fill the cracks of the city, and are adapted and recreated by its inhabitants. 


Atelier Bow-Wow is this: constant research and its several manifestations: in buildings, publications, or “micro public spaces” made by the duo, trying to recreate some of the behaviours and meetings that happen in the city, transporting them into an installation in a gallery. In the way they design, this studio creates situations more than objects, leaving the process so unexpected meetings can happen and allowing space for users to adapt and appropriate the space.    

Critical Distance, Conference
This architecture studio based in Tokyo, was founded in 1992, by couple Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kajima. Their practice includes buildings, research and art practice. Their research focuses on the urban conditions of micro-architecture and ad hoc architecture, and guides their innovative approaches to the challenges of building in small, irregular, ephemeral spaces in the urban and suburban fabric.


Starting by documenting the urban reality of Tokyo, Atelier Bow-Wow published several books in the shape of guides, which introduce the reader to the ad-hoc nature of the urban landscape. They are the authors of the concept “Pet Architecture”, that involved a study documenting tiny buildings that fill the cracks of the city, and are adapted and recreated by its inhabitants. 


Atelier Bow-Wow is this: constant research and its several manifestations: in buildings, publications, or “micro public spaces” made by the duo, trying to recreate some of the behaviours and meetings that happen in the city, transporting them into an installation in a gallery. In the way they design, this studio creates situations more than objects, leaving the process so unexpected meetings can happen and allowing space for users to adapt and appropriate the space.    

Critical Distance, Conference