Photo by: Michela Di Savino

Alongside Robin Rimbaud, aka Scanner, and Miguel C. Tavares.

Portuguese avant-garde festival Semibreve, which takes place in Braga, Portugal from October 25 – 27, has expanded its program for 2019, adding a series of talks, workshops and art installations to an already exciting lineup.

Suzanne Ciani, Scanner and filmmaker Miguel C. Tavares will all present talks alongside their festival performances, while British artist Florence To, who will be accompanying Drew McDowall with on-stage visuals, will present a workshop about conceptualizing in 3D.

Semibreve have also revealed the winner of the 2019 Edigma Semibreve award. German media artist Andreas Lutz will have his kinetic sculpture Offset XYZ exhibited during this year’s edition of the festival.

For more information about the expanded Semibreve program head over to its website. Tickets for the festival are available now.

Check out the updated festival timetable below.

Offset XYZ

Semibreve timetable:

October 25:
18:30 – Talk with Scanner and Miguel C. Tavares – Museu Nogueira da Silva
21:30 – Morton Subotnick e Lillevan – Theatro Circo · Main Room
22:50 – Alessandro Cortini – Theatro Circo · Main Room
23:59 – Ipek Gorgun – Theatro Circo · Small Auditorium
00:00 – Nik Void – gnration
01:15 – Avalon Emerson – gnration

October 26:
15:00 – Talk with Suzanne Ciani – Museu Nogueira da Silva
18:00 – Deaf Center – Capela Imaculada do Seminário Menor
21:30 – Oren Ambarchi & Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe – Theatro Circo · Main Room
22:50 – Drew McDowall + Florence To – Theatro Circo · Main Room
23:59 – Clothilde – Theatro Circo · Small Auditorium
00:00 – Rian Treanor – gnration
01:15 – Kode9 – gnration

October 27:
15:00 – Félicia Atkinson – Salão Medieval da Reitoria da Universidade do Minho
17:00 – Scanner + Miguel C. Tavares – Theatro Circo · Main Room
18:10 – Suzanne Ciani – Theatro Circo · Main Room

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