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Docente da ESAD.CR Isabel Aboim Inglez realiza conferência de – o espaço desenhado no tempo – na FBAUL dia 13 JANEIRO > 14H00 I SALA 3.07 I

Docente da ESAD.CR Isabel Aboim Inglez realiza conferência de – o espaço desenhado no tempo – na FBAUL dia 13 JANEIRO > 14H00 I SALA 3.07 I

Desenvolvimento temático:

O espaço que nasce do Desenho no universo do Cinema constrói um discurso tão eloquente quanto polissémico.

Na intersecção do Desenho com o Cinema surge o Cinema de Animação, onde o desenho é Matéria mas também Ideia na construção espacial.

O espaço, enquanto projecção do mundo é o que pretendemos e fazemos dele, sendo os modelos que adoptamos o reflexo das nossas estratégias e modos de representação.

Assim, a representação espacial revela-se uma formulação não só definidora mas também criadora do espaço.

De que modo o desenho tem um papel estruturante mas igualmente transformador do Espaço de apresentação no Cinema e em particular no Cinema de Animação?

Quais as suas estratégias em jogo?

Objectivos:

  • Estabelecer o espaço na sua dimensão representativa.
  • Estratégias adoptadas pelo Cinema de Animação – continuidade e contiguidade espacial.
  • O Desenho como modo de ligação entre a ideia e a imagem, na construção de Mapas (representações) e a Viagens (percursos) em Animações.

Isabel Aboim (CV):

  • (n.1971)
  • Formação em Imagem na ESTC – Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. Licenciada pela ESTC – Realização.
    Doutoramento em Animação na Universidade Politécnica de Valência – UPV – com a tese – «O desenho como construtor do espaço no cinema de animação.»
  • Entre 1997 e 2002, leccionou Cinema de Animação  e no CITEN – Centro de Imagem e Técnicas Narrativas da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.
  • Entre 1998 e 2005, leccionou Fotografia e Cinema/Vídeo na Escola Secundária António Arroio. Desde 2006, é Professora da área de Imagem/Fotografia (SI) da ESAD.CR – Escola Superior Arte e Design.
  • Faz animação desde os 14 anos. O domínio da Imagem (Desenho, Luz, Fotografia e Cinematografia) não somente é a área em que recebeu formação, como também tem sido o da sua actividade académica e de criação. Presentemente desenvolve trabalho nas áreas de Ilustração, Animação, Direcção de fotografia, Câmara, Iluminação para Teatro e Realização.

Da sua Filmografia em Animação, destacam-se os seguintes títulos:

De Cabeça Perdida (2000) -18min

Sêlo ou não Sê-lo (2006) – 9min

Do Céu e da Terra (2012) – 12min

http://www.belasartes.ulisboa.pt/o-espaco-desenhado-no-tempo/

Anúncios

Alunos da ESAD.CR do TeSP AVM participaram no no evento Future Places no Porto

Alunos da ESAD.CR do TeSP AVM participaram na visita de estudo do passado dia 19 ao “Festival Future Places”, no Porto. No link seguinte consta a referência à ESAD.CR<http://ESAD.CR&gt; e a descrição de todos os alunos participantes. http://futureplaces.org/labs/vozes-para-um-comicio/

 

Link que dá acesso à sonoplastia criada pelos alunos, conceção, captação, edição e mistura. Este material foi usado em público no Porto no dia 21, pelo “Movimento +_”

( consulta: http://futureplaces.org/labs/±-grande-comicio-maismenos-±/).

 

Colaboração e difusão em:

http://radiomanobras.pt

 

 

 

 

Teatro João Salavisa || João Salavisa Theatre.

Durante o mês de Junho de 2010 os alunos do mestrado em Teatro participaram enquanto actores e técnicos na rodagem de uma curta-metragem com realização de João Salaviza, docente do mestrado e premiado com a Palma de Ouro para Curtas-metragens na edição de 2009 do Festival de Cannes.

During the month of June the students of the master in theater participed as actors and technicians involved in shooting a short film with a performance of João Salaviza, professor of the Masters and won the Palme d’Or for Short Film at the 2009 Festival Cannes.

O projecto recorreu a um “décor” natural na zona da Lagoa de Óbidos.

The project used a natural “décor” in the zone of Lagoa de Óbidos, Portugal.

Vera Gomes in Norway:

…GRABBING THE OPPORTUNITY WITH ALL THE STRENGTH, IT CAN PROVIDE A LARGE OPENING OF NEW “PATHS” THAT WILL CHANGE ALL FUTURE PROSPECTS.


[Sunny days in the city park.]

Year of the “Mobility Experience”: 2010/2011.
Home institution: ESAD.CR, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.
Course: Multimedia and Graphic Design.
Host institution: Kunsthøgskolen i Bergen, Norway.
Course or field of study: Visual Communication.

Why did you choose this school?
The school, I chose it mainly because of the country. I decided to do Erasmus as a way to accrue my possibilities of working in a European country and so I was led to search for schools in countries with good quality of life. In addition, the KhiB was recommended to me by several people who knew the city and the school. Doing a little research it was not difficult to decide to what would be my priority.

[KhiB printing workshops.]

Did you like the school?
Yes, very well organized, well-managed resources, which promotes opportunities beyond the study area. The structure and curriculum is ideal for those who want to pursue projects that combine several areas.

How far were you from the city?
The school is spread over several buildings in the city (restored), some right in the center and others further away.

Your field of study is well developed in the school?
Visual Communication in KhiB focuses heavily on digital media. The school fails for not having a Digital Workshop for prints intended for students of graphic design. But for an Erasmus student, it becomes easy to combine subjects of Visual Communication with subjects from another department of printing techniques and if the student interest is exploring the printing, this combination is very enriching. The development work method is very healthy, they give much value to the process and the development of a strong concept. However, there are also technical and “down-to-earth” subjects.

You can see here the three most important projects that I developed in KhiB:
http://www.behance.net/gallery/KRYSS-hotel/875233

http://www.behance.net/gallery/Norsk-Bilde-Studie/877429

http://www.behance.net/gallery/Save-the-words/879486


[Book binding workshop.]

Besides Visual Communication, what areas of study are developed in this school?
In addition to Visual Communication, the school includes a department of Furniture and Spatial Design, Textiles, Ceramics, Fine Arts, Photography, Design and Specialized Printing Arts. Each including various mutations and derivatives.

How did you relate to native teachers and students?
Both teachers and students of the school are very open to exchange students, communication was never a problem because English is quite common.

This school is “ideal” for…
…Develop projects of personal interest to combine several areas. Ideal for those who enjoy printing techniques, for those who like to concentrate on one thing at a time, for anyone who wants to change the clock, learn a strange language. To have initiative is a very appreciated and very special: therefore, someone with energy.

Where did you stay?
I stayed in the residence Fantoft in the first 4 months and later in an apartment in the city center.


[At Left: The Norwegian Constitution Day (17th May). At right: Residence room.]

How was the residence? How much did it cost?
The conditions of residence were the basics. Compensated by the quality of work space and price. It cost 2800 Kr, + – 350 Euros per month.

Other information / experiences:
This residence includes all Erasmus and exchange students. Because it is located relatively far from the city center – from the school you have to walk 20 min.; by metro – is a little insulated from the Norwegian life for those who want to engage in social life and habits of the city.

What did you think of the city?
Despite being the second largest city of the country, its area is ideal for those who enjoy walking or cycling. The fact of being surrounded by mountains (so is the rainiest city in Europe) makes it easy to escape to nature very suddenly and whenever you want. In the cultural level is very lively: lots of live music, galleries and many organizations, events and festivals.


[The colors of the city.]

Did you experience difficulties with the language?
No matter how much problems you have with the Norwegian, they never have problems with English. The trick is to ask people directly. For those who want only to study, the language is not a problem.

Did you like the food?
The gastronomy goes hand in hand with the schedules, with strange hours the gastronomy also becomes strange. But in general I think knowing what we want to eat, anything is possible to find in supermarkets, although there are, in parallel, a lot of fast food. The gastronomy is not as important as for the Portuguese people, so I’m still looking to find out what characterizes the Norwegian cuisine beyond the “matpakke”. Good for those who are brave with the cheeses.


[Nature, a walk distance.]

How was the standard of living?
Very high.

Did you visit other cities in Noruega?
I was in Trondheim in the first three weeks, a little further north. A town considerably smaller than Bergen and more cosy.

What do you think are the major cultural differences?
Probably the level of impulsivity. Period.

Did you receive a grant?
Yes.

Did you make Norwegian friends?
Yes.


[Vera and a friend barbequeing at the fishing port.]

Do you return to Portugal since “Erasmus”?
My plans were to stay. And I’m still here.

What do you think that this experience brought to you in the personal and professional level?
Brought me many different perspectives in relation to personal and cultural identity; boosted my confidence and my independence. The Erasmus experience was actually what drove my professional life, and having found a job, I learn to be more practical, “to the point” and more efficient.

The link of the company that hired me:
http://alfgundersen.no/

It is impossible to make a conclusion of what is to make Erasmus, because grabbing the opportunity with all the strength, it can provide a large opening of new “paths” that will change all future prospects.

Did you experience some adventure ou strange situation you’d like to share?
Think I would be able to walk with 20 degrees below zero in the street and return home running in fear of losing my toes. Oh!


[Walking on water, winter time!]

A recommendation for future “Mobility Students”:
Invest in a good jacket and a good pair of boots for winter, learn the language (EILC), try hiking. Being a country so different from Portugal, virtually everything will be new, be receptive to unexpected experiences.

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Patrícia Oliveira in Latvia:

…IS NOT THE BEST CITY IN THE WORLD BUT  WE ARE RECEIVED WITH THE GREATEST KINDNESS THAT CAN EXIST!

[On the left: Patrícia Oliveira in Stockholm, Sweden. On the right: Liepaja, Latvia.]
Year of the “Mobility Experience”: 2010/2011.
Home institutionESAD.CR, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.
Course: Graphic Design.
Host institution: Liepaja University, Liepaja, Latvia.
Course or field of study: Arts/Computer Arts.

[On the left: Liepaja, Latvia. On the right: Classmates.]

Why did you choose this school?
It was a random choice. I was placed at the end of the list of “Out Going Students”, far below that I expected and I didn’t had a lot of choices. At the time we had talked to a guy who had been there who informed us that the environment was nice and that life was relatively inexpensive (anyway it was not the case…).

Did you like the school?
For those who like to go back to the old arts school is perfect. I did not loved it but it was good to feel the artist spirit again. I liked the falling buildings, auditoriums for painting in sight… But it depends on the cases, because buildings are divided into courses, the main building was in very good condition!

How far was the school from the city and from accommodation?
The main building is in the center of the city. In relation to accommodation is about 15 minutes walking (arts building).

Your field of study is well developed in the school?
Not really, we had the feeling that all we did was very good compared to others. But I think they try, but as there were not the most worked areas there, I think they do not bother to improve the quality of the work.

Besides Graphic Design, what areas of study are developed in this school?
I think a little of everything.

[The rented house where I stayed.]
How did you relate to native teachers and students?

The teachers were the people who most helped us! With colleagues we had some communication problems, they are afraid of speaking English (as a whole is a city in which they speak little English), so there was this communication barrier.

This school is “ideal” for…
Courses involving video and Humanities.

Other information/experiences about the school:
Learning to speak by gestures!

Where did you stay?
I stayed in a rented house.

How far was the house from the school? And from the city?
From the school: 15 minutes walking. From the city: it was in the center.

Did it have good conditions?
Excellent, was the best house I had! But I changed it once before I have this; the first suffered much from cold and bad kitchen conditions.

How much it cost?
120 Lts = 160 Euros.

Other information/experiences:
Students should look for houses before get involved in trouble as we did.

[On the left: Liepaja, Latvia. On the right: The city of Liepaja has a lot of cats around.]

What did you think of the city?
It is a miniature of Caldas da Rainha city. I did not like a lot because after having spent one month in the capital, all that is below is difficult to accept in Erasmus.

Did you experience difficulties with the language?
Yes, some. But still we have learned the basics to guide us. We tried to explain us in English.

[On the left: Funny shugar. On the right: The first dinner.]

Did you like the food?
It is not very rich, is always the same, but good!

How was the standard of living?
It was low for the insiders, high for the outsiders.


[Two pictures on the: Stockholm, Sweden. On the right: Riga, Latvia.]

Did you visit other cities/countries?
Yes: Lithuania, Stockholm (Sweden) e Riga (Latvia).

What do you think are the major cultural differences?
On gastronomy and climate there are features that shape the cultural differences, such as meal times, the personality of the people, more calm, shy and reserved.

Did you receive a grant?
No.

[On the left: A bath at 10 degrees. On the right: A boat trip with friends.]

Did you friendships with natives?
Sim.

Do you plan to go back?
One day. But will not be the first destination of choice.

What do you think that this experience brought to you in the personal and professional level?
Learning to accept other ways of living and socialize. Learning to communicate with people that speak a different language from ours.
I had more time to learn things on a professional level that would not have time in Portugal.

[On the left: Liepaja, Latvia. On the right: The best coffee in Riga, Latvia.]

Did you experience some adventure or strange situation you’d like to share?
We were stolen in the first house in which we had stayed. We almost called the police. Well, but there are bad things that come for good, after we had the good fortune to go to one of the most beautiful homes houses we’ve seen.
Also out on an adventure to Lithuania by car and at 70 Km away we had a flat tire in the truck. There are good and bad experiences, but they are all caricatures!

A recommendation for future “Mobility Students”:
Go with an open mind! Is not the best city in the world but we are received with the greatest kindness that can exist!
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Daniela Duarte in Italy:

PROFESSIONALLY, I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO FACE THE LABOR MARKET, HOW IT IS PRODUCED AT A LARGER SCALE THAN THAT OF OUR COUNTRY, BOTH IN FILM AND THEATRE IN ROME.

[On the left: Daniela Duarte. On the right: Snow scene.]

Year of the “Mobility Experience”: 2010/2011
Home institutionESAD.CR, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.
Course: Interior and Spatial Design.
Host institution: Accademia di Belle Arti dell’Aquila, L’Aquila, Italy.
Course or field of study: Scenography.

Why did you choose this school?
This was the only school partner with the Scenography course.

Did you like the school?
Yes!

How far was the school from the city?
I was in the city center.

Your field of study is well developed in the school?
Yes, in general subjects are annual, meaning there are few who have the durability of a semester. This results in a least amount of projects, compared with ESAD.CR.

What areas of study are developed in this school?
Graphic Design, Interior Design, Restoration, Fine Arts.

[Fine Arts Academy entrance.]

How did you relate to native teachers and students?
Well, although they have not mastered the English language, but they are very receptive when we need help!

This school is “ideal” for…
I do not think it is an ideal partner, but much depends on what each student wants. It makes us live a different reality. In my case, as I wanted to scenography and this was the only partner with this course. I got very happy memories and experiences with this experiment.

Other information/experiences about the school:
It is a small school, the cafeteria is for all the universities of L’Aquila, is slightly away from the Accademia.

Where did you stay?
Initially on a university campus, then on a rented room in a house with other Erasmus students.

[On the left: A small dinner in the house where I stayed. On the right: Cappuccino.]

How far was the house from the school? And from the city?
In the city center, 5 min. walking from school.

The room/house was good?
Yes.

How much did it cost?
200 Euros/month double room (free of charge included). In the first month you pay a deposit.

Other information/experiences:
Due to the process of restoring the city, a house in the historic center can be complicated and expensive.

What did you think of the city?
It is a very old city, with monuments of different eras. Some are being restored because of an earthquake in 2009.

[On the left: Church restoration. On the right: Escalinata di S.Bernardino di Siena.]

Did you experience difficulties with the language?
No.

Did you like the food?
What we already know of Italian gastronomy: a lot of variety of pasta, piazzas, bread, cheese and sausages.

How was the standard of living?
A little more expensive than in Portugal, but I think that is affordable.

Did you visit other cities?
Yes! Pescara, Rome, Verona, Venice and other locations in Abbruzo.

What do you think are the major cultural differences?
There was a great shock, only the Italians, more specifically “L’Aquilani” live life in the calm, without any pressure or stress “what you don’t do today, you do tomorrow or next month”.

[On the left: A manifestation in the historic city center. On the right: Nice landscape.]

Other information/experiences:
Try to enter and live a little the lifestyle of the city/country.

Did you receive a grant?
Yes.

Did you friendships with natives?
Yes.

Do you plan to go back?
Absolutly!

What do you think that this experience brought to you in the personal and professional level?
On a personal level it was fabulous to live and socialize with people of other cultures, besides the Italians, is very enlightening. Professionally, I had the opportunity to face the labor market, how it is produced at a larger scale than that of our country, both in film and theater in Rome.

Did you experience some adventure or strange situation you’d like to share?
All students that were on the university campus that I mentioned earlier, were literally dumped, because they decided that that campus was not legal, but the whole process of looking for a new home, allowed a fairly strong among all students and even teachers.

A recommendation for future “Mobility Students”:
Inform yourselves as much as you can about the city/country and desired school. And try to adapt a little the lifestyle of the city/country in question to live the most of what this experience has to offer.
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