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Osso – Associação Cultural is a collective of artists from different areas: Music, Dance, Visual Arts, Literature, Film and Performance. The cultural association was established with the aim of developing a continuous activity, whether practical or theoretical, under a notion of interdisciplinary artistic sharing within regional, national and international contexts.

It aims to develop a broad programming project articulating different areas in terms of creation and dissemination of artistic and academic research, resulting in both periodic public presentations for the community of final works as well as works in process.

Intends to be a meeting point between artists and audience, actively dialoguing with the community, through workshops, research laboratories, training, conferences, readings and any form of reflective dialogue involving, in addition to a creative community, a critical community.

COLLECTIVE

Ana F. Gouveia

She has a degree by Escola Superior de Dança, Performance Branch (1997/2001). She studied History of Contemporary Art (2002/03) and Political Science – International Relations (2011/12). She highlights the executive production and project management of the internationalization project ‘Marionetas em Viagem / Travelling Puppets” (DGArtes FCGulbenkian, CMAlmada and FOriente; 2012/13), regularly manages applications for public and private funding. Since 2010 she is international relations assistant for Amadora BD, and highlights the multidisciplinary internship at Centquatre (Inov-Art DGArtes, 2009).
As co-creator and/or performer she has developed art projects in the area of contemporary dance, physical theater and artistic intersections with Beatriz Cantinho, Ricardo Jacinto, Laurinda Chiungue, Catarina Trota, Marina Nabais, Merce de Rande, among others, highlighting the international and artistic intersections projects Bouge le jardin and Ruhrrtrott created in 2010 during Feldstärke International. Concurrently, she has explored the world of animation objects, having created the Núcleo de Marionetas/Puppet Cluster with Catarina Pé-Curto and ngela Ribeiro. She has developed mainly short and medium term multidisciplinary educational workshops.


Ana Vieira da Silva

Licenciada em Direito, Pós Graduação em Criminalidade Económica e Estudos Forensiais na Universidade Católica de Lisboa. Assessora do Presidente Distrital de Lisboa, e dos Bastonários da Ordem dos Advogados desde 2005. Nomeada Chefe de Serviço do Conselho Superior da Ordem dos Advogados em 2012.
Assistente de Encenação no Teatro de Carnide, do encenador João Ricardo.


Beatriz Cantinho

Post-doc Fellow at ARTEA program, Castilla-La-Mancha University/Reina Sophia Museum, Madrid. Research fellow at CIAC- University of Algarve. Invited Lecture at University of Évora, Theatre Department (Movement and Composition 2013/16). PhD in Dance and Philosophy at Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh University. Visiting Scholar at N.Y.U/TISCH (2010/2011), performance and cinema departments. Internship in Noh Theatre at Kyoto Art Centre (JP) and at Royal de Luxe theatre company (FR). Beatriz has been developing professional work as a choreographer for the last seventeen years (“Parde2”, “Scch…um ensaio sobre o silêncio”, “Singularity”). In the recent years her work has been mostly developed in collaboration with other artists, where movement plays a fundamental role within interdisciplinary composition between the visual arts, performance, sound and cinema. (C. Spencer Yeah, Ricardo Jacinto, Vangelis Lymporidis, Shiori Usui, HerwigTurk, Valério Romão). Her individual and collective creations have been presented in Portugal (CCB, MNAC, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian), France (Guillotine gallery), U.K (SARC, DanceBase, Blue Elephante Theatre), Germany (Festival Transmedial 07, TESLA) and Austria (MAK, UNIKUM). Her academic research has been presented at Edinburgh University, Chelsea College of Art, Cambridge University and Surrey University.


Diogo Alvim

Lisbon, 1979, studied architecture and composition (BMus and Mmus) in Lisbon, and has finished a PhD in Composition/ Sonic Arts at SARC (Sonic Arts Research Centre), Queen’s University Belfast, on the relations between music and architecture, with funding from the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. His research explored different relations between music and architecture.
He has been presenting his work (both electronic and instrumental) in several events, of which: Gulbenkian Orchestra’s composers’ workshop (2008 and 2009), Festival Música Portuguesa Hoje 2008 (Orchestrutopica); Festival Synthèse 2009 (Bourges); ISMIR Conference 2012 in Porto; ICMC2012 (Ljubljana); Sonorities Festival (Belfast, 2013 and 2015); Festival Musica Viva, (Lisbon, 2013); Notation in Contemporary Music Conference, Goldsmiths University (London, 2013), Sounding Cities – Invisible Places (Viseu, 2014), and Belfast Festival (2014).
He has been  writing for dance and theatre and developing collaborations with other artists/performers such as Ricardo Jacinto, Inês Botelho e Tânia Carvalho.
diogoalvim.com


Francesca Bertozzi

Nasceu em Cesena (Itália) em 1975.
Concluiu a licenciatura no Ramo de Espetáculos na Escola Superior de Dança de Lisboa. Na sua formação, foram determinantes: Claudio Gasparotto, Roberta Lepore, Chiara Reggiani, Antonio Carallo e Paulo Manso.
No decurso da sua atividade profissional como bailarina, interpreta: “Branco” (2004/05) e “The Sleeping Buda” (2004/05) da Companhia Vortice Dance; “Fragilidade H” (2005) de Gonçalo Lobato Ferreira; “Subterrâneos do Corpo de Ana Martins; (2006) “Segredos de chá” (2007) e ”Palácio In” (2009) pela companhia Dançarte, “Matrioska” (2008/2012) de Tiago Guedes e “Eye Height“ (2009/2011) de Beatriz Cantinho e Ricardo Jacinto.
Paralelamente aos projetos artísticos, tem vindo a desenvolver atividades pedagógicas enquanto formadora, lecionando aulas e workshops de dança contemporânea, criativa, composição coreográfica e consciência corporal em Itália, França e Portugal e, mais recentemente, também em colaboração com outros artistas.
A sua pesquisa enquanto bailarina e formadora orienta-se em explorar, através de diferentes temas e percursos, a consciência e percepção do corpo. Atua como voluntária, desde 2002, na ONG Soka Gakkai International (www.sgi.org), que está presente em 192 países do mundo, e é filiada das Nações Unidas.


Nuno Torres

Studied alto saxophone within a jazz tradition spectrum. His continuous solo experimental research explores a wide scope of sound material through the use of the extended technics. Participates in several ensembles of improvisational music, electro acoustics and reductionism.
Collaborates with other musicians such as, Ernesto Rodrigues, Ricardo Jacinto, Sei Miguel, Fala Mariam, João Castro Pinto, Manuel Mota, David Stackenäs, Paulo Raposo, Carlos Santos, César Burago, José Oliveira, Shiori Usui, C. Spencer Yeh, Cyril Bondi and d’incise, and projects as Orquestra de Geometria Variável, IKB, CACTO, PinkDraft.
In the recent years has been also collaborating in several different projects at the intersection of the performative areas of dance, theatre and the visual arts (PARQUE, Les Voisins, Eye Height, Adriana Sá, Beatriz Cantinho). Participates and curates experimental and community radio initiatives.
Discography: Orquestra Geometria Variável – Stills (CS – 2007); Orquestra Geometria Variável – Live in Casa da Música Porto (2008); Cacto (Vera Cortês Art Agency – 2009); Wounds of light (CS – 2010); Suspensão (CS – 2011); Brume (CS – 2011); Monochrome bleu sans titre (CS – 2012); Pinkdraft (CS – 2012); PARQUE (Shhpuma – 2013).


Ricardo Jacinto

Born in Lisbon, 1975. Currently undertaking a PHD research at SARC / Belfast.
Since 1998 has presented his work at individual and group exhibitions, concerts and performances, in Portugal and abroad. Has done several collaborations with other artists, musicians, architects and performers.
From his work stands out the projects: PARQUE, developed since 2001 in collaboration with other artists and musicians and EYE HEIGHT directed together with choreographer Beatriz Cantinho.
Presented his work in solo and group exhibitions such as Project Room CCB_Lisboa, Circle Fine Arts in Madrid, MUDAM_Luxemburgo, Centre Culturel Gulbenkian_Paris, Manifesta 08_European Bienal of Contemporary Art in Italy, Loraine Frac-Metz, OK CENTRE_Linz_Austria, CHIADO 8_Culturgest_Lisboa and Casa da Musica in Porto. Projected, with architect Pancho Guedes, the installation “Lisboscópio” for the Official Portuguese Representation at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2006. In Culturgest (Lisbon) presented in 2008 a significant body of his work since 1998.
As cellist has worked in the field of improvised music with several musicians and formations (Nuno Torres, David Maranha, Pedro Rebelo, Franziska Shroeder, C Spencer Yeh, Hernani Faustino, Rodrigo Pinheiro, Ernesto Rodrigues, Ricardo Guerreiro, Travassos, Shiori Usui, Manuel Mota, Gabriel Ferrandini, Pedro Sousa, Variable Geometry Orchestra, PINKDRAFT, CACTO, PARQUE).
Presented his work as a musician-performer in the Festival Gallery VERB Vermelho_São Paul, Festival Temps d’Images_Lisboa, Rescaldo_Lisboa Festival, Festival BigBang_CCB_Lisboa, Culturgest_Porto and Lisbon, ZDB_Lisboa, Dance Base_Edimburgo, Kabinett 0047_Oslo_Noruega, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Palais Tokyo_Paris, EMS 13_Culturgest/Lisbon, among others.


Sara Morais

Born in Lisbon, the 5th of november 1982.
Graduated in Communication Sciences and Cinema by Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Post-graduation in Development of Film Project by Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. During these studies, she directed 3 short films: “O silêncio dos objectos” (2004), “Conto” (2005) and “Chegar a casa” (2011).
In 2007, she directed “Desvio/Padrão” (Standard/Deviation) a film about the work on tile by portuguese artist Maria Keil published as a dvd book coworking with Joana Morais.
She lived in Madrid where she collaborated with Alcine – Alcalá de Henares Short Film Festival. She assisted Art Director Wayne dos Santos in several advertisment films.
She worked as director’s assistant and sound capturer for Tiago Pereira in some of his films and live cinema performances and collaborated with Maile Colbert in the intermedia performance “Passenger at Home” produced by Binaural.
As a producer she collaborated with the project “Eye Height” by Ricardo Jacinto and Beatriz Cantinho in Fundição de Oeiras, Museu do Chiado and Fundação de Serralves.
She is the author of a radio project called “Histórias de Rios”(stories from rivers) broadcasted by portuguese public radio Antena 1, where she followed the course of 4 portuguese rivers mixing soundscapes, local stories, music by Pinkdraft, and geography.


Pedro Magalhães

Nascido a 12-07-1975 em Lisboa. Em 1998-99 Audio Eng Diploma na SAE Londres.
2000-2002: RTP 2002. Freelance e trabalho com Golden Pony Studio. Gravou Norberto Lobo, Parque, Pink Draft, Pão, B. Fachada, Diabos na Cruz, Márcia, Minta, Cacto, várias formações de música improvisada como Gabriel Ferrandini, Pedro Sousa, Hernâni Faustino, Rec Brutus, entre outros. Actualmente faz o som ao vivo de Noiserv e Real Combo Musical.


Valério Romão

Nasceu em 1974, em França. Foi três vezes selecionado no concurso nacional Jovens criadores (2000, 2001, 2002), duas em prosa, uma em poesia. Foi o representante português da área de literatura na Bienal de Jovens Criadores da Europa e do Mediterrâneo, em 2001, na Bósnia-Hezegovina.
Na Faculdade cursou Filosofia, área em que se licenciou. Tem escrito contos (“o relojoeiro contorcionista”, Magma; “Facas na Cidade”, Construções Portuárias), peças de teatro (Octólogo, TUP; Posse, Trindade; A Mala, CCB/Boxnova), feito traduções (Woolf, Becket) e tem colaborado com diversos artistas nacionais na definição de núcleos de sentido em peças multidisciplinares (“moments of being”; Beatriz Cantinho e Ricardo Jacinto; “Peça Veloz Corpo Volátil”; Beatriz Cantinho) e acaba de escrever o seu primeiro romance, “Autismo”, com a chancela da Abysmo.