5 Cultural Suggestions — Andreia Santana
Every week, UMBIGO invites two people to share their 5 cultural suggestions. What can we do at home? From a book to a podcast, album or film: here are recommendations from artists, curators, gallery owners, cultural activists, friends.
We will share the recipe for what makes us better, and we remain united and positive.
Promises no Promises
Podcast series organized by the Institut Kunst in Basel on the indispensable role of women in society. An excellent way to start the daily fight!
No Focus with Natasha Stagg
I have followed up every day the published essays on the impact of COVIDd-19. I like the intimate approach of this text, where Natasha Stagg (author of Sleeveless – also fantastic) talks about communication failures, the end of places and the introduction of a new era provided by the beginning of this pandemic.
One of my favorite Cassavetes films, where the wonderful Gena Rowlands is confronted with aging through a theatrical performance as dramaturgy within the film itself.
Fela Kuti & Afrika’70
I tend to spend a lot of time without listening to music but this album by Fela Kuti always brings me good energy after a day at work.
1970 performance, in zoom version, that was live streamed on YouTube on April 17.
Andreia Santana (1991, Lisbon). She participated in several artistic residency programs, namely Residency Unlimited, in New York, Panal 360 in Buenos Aires, Mieszkanie Gepperta Residency Gallery in Poland and Gasworks – Triangle Network in Hangar, Lisbon. She has won awards and scholarships regularly, with emphasis on the NOVO BANCO Revelation Award, Ducato Prize (Italy), Criatório, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian and Fulbright / Fundação Carmona e Costa. Among the exhibitions in which she participated are: The Outcast Manufacturers at Galeria Filomena Soares, Lisbon; Shortage History at the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto; 10 years, 10 artists, 10 commissions. António Cachola Collection at Chiado 8, Lisbon; 10000 Years Later Between Venus and Mars at Porto Municipal Gallery; and The Lobster Loop at MONITOR Gallery, Lisbon.