“Reading Maria Judite de Carvalho is like diving into an immense cauldron of nameless things, because they are treated with extreme modesty, and which seem to explain us, like the crown of a tree reflects its roots hidden in the ground”, writes Cristina Carvalhal, who commemorates the writer’s centennial at Teatro São Luiz’s Sala Bernardo Sassetti with a cycle of three staged readings of excerpts from her work, framed by an installation by Adriana Molder. In the last session, there will also be a conversation with Inês Fraga, the author’s granddaughter and a scholar of her work. “We investigate the scenic potentialities of a writing full of images, with the freedom that a staged reading allows, letting small gestures invite the spectator to fill in these landscapes, that we could call without boats, like the title of one of her short stories, but that we called without history, because they are eternal”, notes Cristina Carvalhal.
October 30th, saturday, 16h
In parallel with the readings Paisagens Sem História, the installation of Adriana Molder O Meu Rosto Está Aqui, No Fogo Fátuo, can also be visited in the following dates and schedules:
October 26th, 20h to 21h
October 27th, 18h to 21h
October 28th, 18h to 21h
October 30th, 17h to 21h
The entry at the installation is free but the withdrawal of an access ticket is necessary