Biography

Artist living and working in Porto. Miranda has been developing and presenting creative projects mostly for stage and video, working with languages that intercept movement, voice, image, scenography and light, approaching the body as a vessel for the transformation and mediation of hypnagogic states, as well as for the gestures and procedures of the visceral conscience of the present. Miranda has recently finished the Master on Choreography EXERCE at ICI-CCN Montpellier/France, and the studies in NOH Theatre at TTT Program in Kyoto. She is graduated in Visual Arts at the Fine Arts School of Porto’s University/PT. She presented the following stage pieces / performances: BOCA MURALHA at Palais de Tokyo / Paris, during the Festival DO DISTURB 2019; at Porto’s National Theatre Carlos Alberto in 2017; at Materiais Diversos and Circular Festivals during 2016; DREAM IS THE DREAMER at DDD Festival 2019 in Porto, Portugal. MAZEZAM at Serralves Museum, during the Festival THE MUSEUM AS PERFORMANCE 2018; and at AltesFinanzamt, Berlin in 2013; REIPOSTO REIMORTO at Porto’s Municipal Theatre in 2015.


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Archives

May 2021

  • 3
    exerce classe ouverte — Jérémy Damian
  • 19 to 21
    Publications M2 — Master exerce

    Présentation publique des travaux des étudiants en 2de année

    ICI—CCN → 19h [entrée libre]

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  • 27
    Fenêtre sur résidence — Sorour Darabi

    à 19h [entrée libre] — Studio Bagouet, ICI—CCN

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June 2021

  • 4
    "le syndrome de ian" de Christian Rizzo

    Opéra de Rennes
    — in the framework of Festival Big Love

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  • 8 to 10
    Publications M1 — Master exerce

    Présentation publique des travaux des étudiants en 2re année

    ICI—CCN → 19h [entrée libre]

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  • 11 to 17
    Résidence — Volmir Cordeiro

    à ICI—CCN

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  • 15 to 17
    "b.c, janvier 1545, fontainebleau.​" de Christian Rizzo (report de nov. 2020)

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  • 28
    "b.c, janvier 1545, fontainebleau" de Christian Rizzo

    Musée de l’Orangerie, Paris

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July 2021