domingo, 11 de novembro de 2007


the future is uncertain because it will be what we make it
immanuel wallerstein

From November 12th to December 2nd, alkantara and the AlmostReal program of the European Cultural Foundation co-organize the project it will be what we make it in the future space of alkantara (calçada marquês de abrantes 99 – Lisbon). An international group of theoreticians and artists from different fields of art (theatre, dance, music, literature, architecture, ...) will develop over a period of three weeks an instantaneous program of collaborative creations, debates, seminars, concerts, readings, dance, theatre, film, ...
The doors open to the public (free entrance) for events created and announced during the course of the project.

it will be what we make it is at the same time a project, focused on the immediate, and a metaphor for a future space to build.


- Ana Dzokic (Serbia / The Netherlands) – architect, theoretician of architecture
- Bojana Cvejić (Serbia / Belgium) - writer, performer, theoretician of performance
- Carlos Pez (Belgium) - choreographer, dancer
- Cláudia Jardim (Portugal) – theatre director, actress
- Estela Lloves (Spain) - choreographer, actress, dancer
- Federica Porello (Italy / Belgium) - choreographer, dancer
- Gustavo Ciríaco (Brazil) - choreographer, dancer
- Marc Neelen (The Netherlands) – architect, theoretician of architecture
- Nuno Rebelo (Portugal) - musician, composer
- Pedro Penim (Portugal) – theatre director, actor
- Saša Asentić (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – performer
- Tarek Atoui (Lebanon) – composer, sound compositon, new media

to receive information, send your e-mail and / or phone with the words it will be what we make it

alkantara and European Cultural Foundation

Direcção Geral das Artes / Ministry of Culture, Municipality of Lisbon, In Impetus, Cervejas Sagres, Départs and Culture Programme