Du vent et du sable: une transposition de dune à Paris is a territory transposition performatic act of the Sensitive State by the artists Mari Moura (1st minister of Sensitive State) and Joenio M. Costa (Advisor of Sensitive State). During the performance the first Dune in Paris city will be installed, using sand shifted from the park Parque da Cidade Don Nivaldo Monte, a facility aimed to preserve dunes located at Natal city located in the Estado do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. The artists are gonna to develop their actions using relational objects, online connection on social networks and live coding.
Joenio M. Costa is computational artist and experimental musician with interest on algorithmic music, audiovisual, demoscene and live coding, he is part of orchestra BSBLOrk (bsblork.gitlab.io) and the collective Nômade Lab (nomadelab.gitlab.io/en), works as Research Software Engineer at the laboratory of science and innovation LISIS (umr-lisis.fr).
Mari Moura (@marimoura5) is a performance artist and theater actress interested on the relation between body and technology. She teaches art at the technical school IFRN/BR and also is part of the group Grupo Estandarte de Teatro (@grupoestandartedeteatro). She researches the subjects around body, presence, art and technology at the PhD program in the university Universidade de Brasília (UnB) in collaboration with the institute Institut des sciences du sport-santé de Paris V (I3SP).
All scripts, source-code, samples, poetry, photos, ideas and everything else about the performance art “Du vent et du sable: une transposition de dune à Paris” is available at gitlab.com/joenio/du-vent-et-du-sable.
The texts and photos on this page were creaded by Joenio Costa and Mari Moura.