If I remain seated, no one will see me

Stichting Perdu - 2024_04_17_nooneseated_facebook_
03 May at 20:00 | Doors open: 19:30 Tickets: Regular €12,50, Student €10, Livestream €6. Language: English & Portuguese.
In English
Poetry reading

About the guest performers/poets

Adelaide Ivánova is a poet and housing rights activist from Pernambuco, currently based in Berlin since 2011. Navigating between poetry, journalism, photography, performance, translation, political education, and editing, she has published 9 books. In 2018, her second book, o martelo (the hammer), won the Rio de Literatura Prize in the poetry category. Her poems and essays have been translated into German, Galician, English, Catalan, Spanish, Greek, Italian, Estonian, Swedish, and Russian. In April 2024, her fifth book, ASMA, will be released by Nós Editora, recommended by the newspaper O Estado de São Paulo as one of the 15 books to look forward to in 2024.

Clara Amaral is an artist working with writing, performance, printed matter and publishing. Her interdisciplinary practice questions what it means to be a reader, to be a writer, aiming to expand existing modes of reading, writing and publishing. Central to her practice is the investigation of publishing modalities and the performative aspect of language. Her works have been presented in The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Austria, France, Norway and Switzerland, among others. Since 2022, Clara Amaral has been teaching at the Image and Language Department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. She is currently represented by Ellen de Bruijne Projects.