Shared Landscapes

Shared Landscapes

Caroline Barneaud and Stefan Kaegi

Shared Landscapes

Caroline Barneaud and Stefan Kaegi

With pieces by Chiara Bersani and Marco D'Agostin, El Conde de Torrefiel, Sofia Dias and Vítor Roriz, Begüm Erciyas and Daniel Kötter, Stefan Kaegi, Ari Benjamin Meyers, Émilie Rousset

From afternoon to sunset, we spend a day in nature to explore the plains and forest of Quinta do Pisão, in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, and discover seven artistic projects in dialogue with the landscape. Swiss director Stefan Kaegi, from the German collective Rimini Protokoll, and artistic curator Caroline Barneaud invited ten European artists to share their vision of the landscape. Musical sculptures, theatrical interventions, philosophical audio plays and a virtual reality experience create an unforgettable collective experience. As we enter into imaginary landscapes that awaken our senses and map out what can and cannot be perceived, we experience a surprising examination of the relationship between humans and their environment, between nature and culture.

Shared Landscapes is part of the European project Performing Landscape, the result of a collaboration with institutions and organizations from Spain, Italy, Portugal, Austria, Slovenia, Germany, Switzerland and France. Artists, cultural institutions and scientists develop a reflection on the notions of art, landscape and territory, drawing a visible and invisible map of the different European places they visit, unveiling the spaces they share through the prism of arts and sciences. A different way of looking at and reinventing Europe together. Quinta do Pisão, in Cascais, will be the Portuguese “shared landscape” for this European project.

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30 JUN 2024
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Buy Tickets
Quinta do Pisão, Cascais
  Ticket price: €10 with free round trip bus included  (discounts) + Lunchbox available €10 when purchasing a ticket (salmon, chicken, vegetarian menu)  
Duration route lasts 7 hours, with a break | bilingual event in Portuguese and English
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SHOW TICKETS INFO
 

TICKET + BUS LISBOA

TICKET + BUS CASCAIS

SINGLE TICKET
 

The trip to Quinta do Pisão is by bus and is included in the show ticket. There are two meeting points:

1. In Lisboa at Culturgest (Rua Arco do Cego, 50) at 2:00 pm

2. In Cascais at the M44 bus stop located at the Train Station, at 2:30 pm

The bus will depart on time at the indicated time. At both points there will be Culturgest assistants welcoming the public and monitoring the bus journey.

Using a car is strongly discouraged. Parking spaces at Quinta do Pisão are very limited and when the car park is full, there is no alternative. If you still decide to go directly to Quinta do Pisão, we inform you that you should arrive no later than 3:00 pm.

INFO LUNCHBOX

 

Lunchbox available €10 when purchasing a ticket (optional, no discounts, available up to 48 hours before the show). When choosing the day you can choose between three options:

1. Salmon Menu: Smoked salmon bagel, arugula, and cream cheese + mini vegetable pie + Vegetarian croquette;

2. Chicken Menu: Bolo do caco (sweet potato bread) with grilled chicken, caramelised onion + Chicken pie + Veal croquette;

3. Vegetarian menu: Seeded baguette with tomato, mozzarella, and pesto sauce + Vegetable pie + Vegetarian croquette).

The lunchbox will be available at the picnic site upon presentation of proof of purchase. It is not possible to buy this lunchbox, or any other food, at Quinta do Pisão. If you prefer, you can bring your own food. Culturgest will provide free water, juices, fresh fruit, and sliced ​​cake at this time. 

PRACTICAL INFOS

WHAT TO BRING?

Although the route presents no difficulties and includes several moments of rest (for the shows and for the picnic), it is worth bearing in mind that you will be outdoors for 7 hours.

It is important to dress according to the weather conditions, preparing yourself for a trip that takes place throughout the day and night. Essential items include: water bottle, comfortable shoes, a coat for the night, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, and some snacks - portable camping chair/stool (optional)

Upon arrival, you will be given a kit which includes: headphones, a blanket, and a portable bench (optional). They must be returned at the end of the event.

The show takes place in all possible weather conditions and will only be cancelled in the case of extreme weather conditions. In this scenario, information will be sent via SMS and email that will allow you to transfer your reservation to another date.
 

HOW DOES THE DAY GO?

The complete route lasts 7 hours outdoors. Each piece lasts around 40 minutes. The distances between the pieces are relatively short (between 5 and 15 minutes by foot). The hike is done in groups, crossing fields, and dirt roads. The last show will end at night and transport by bus to Lisboa or Cascais is included in the purchase of the ticket.

Along the way, there will be a break at 7:30pm to eat and rest.

The Culturgest team will be available throughout the day to guide and help, if necessary.

 

DRINKING & EATING

Two thirds of the way through, at around 7:30pm, there will be a picnic, where Culturgest will provide free water, juices, fresh fruit, and sliced ​​cake at this time. It is possible to order a lunchbox for €10 (light meal consisting of a vegetarian sandwich, fruit, and a drink) by purchasing a ticket for the show, either at the Culturgest physical ticket office or on Ticketline. 

(you can choose between three options: Salmon Menu: Smoked salmon bagel, arugula, and cream cheese + mini vegetable pie + Vegetarian croquette; Chicken Menu: Bolo do caco (sweet potato bread) with grilled chicken, caramelised onion + Chicken pie + Veal croquette; Vegetarian menu: Seeded baguette with tomato, mozzarella, and pesto sauce + Vegetable pie + Vegetarian croquette).The lunchbox will be available at the picnic site upon presentation of proof of purchase. It is not possible to buy this lunchbox, or any other food, at Quinta do Pisão. If you prefer, you can bring your own food. Culturgest provides water and drinks. There are only two water points available to fill your reusable bottle at the beginning and end of the route and at the picnic site.

 

HOW TO GET THERE? 

The trip to Quinta do Pisão is by bus and is included in the show ticket. There are two meeting points:

1. In Lisboa at Culturgest (Rua Arco do Cego, 50) at 2:00 pm

2. In Cascais at the M44 bus stop located at the Train Station, at 2:30 pm

The bus will depart on time at the indicated time. At both points there will be Culturgest assistants welcoming the public and monitoring the bus journey.

Using a car is strongly discouraged. Parking spaces at Quinta do Pisão are very limited and when the car park is full, there is no alternative. If you still decide to go directly to Quinta do Pisão, we inform you that you should arrive no later than 3:00 pm.

In addition to the shuttle buses provided by Culturgest, you can get to Quinta do Pisão using the M2, M10, M14 and M44 buses.
 

BATHROOMS AND TRASH 

There are bathrooms at the beginning and end of the trail and at the picnic site.

Leaving rubbish at Quinta do Pisão is strictly prohibited. There are rubbish bins at the picnic spot. Keep your trash with you so as not to dirty the space.

 

ACESSIBILITY 

The show is not accessible for people with reduced mobility.

 

IS THE SHOW SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN?

Although the plays were not specifically designed for a children's audience, none of the plays contain scenes of violence or inappropriate language. However, we discourage the presence of children under 10 due to the duration and specificities of the event.

Performing Landscape cofinanciado pelo programa Europa Criativa da União Europeia

Cofinanciado União Europeia

The concept creation was funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education (Germany)

BPB

With the support of INVR Berlin for the virtual reality headsets

INVR Berlim

Support

Quinta do PisãoAmbiente CascaisCascais

Vehicle support

Locarent

Media Partners

Antena 1Antena 3Rádio FuturaCanal 180

Concept and curation

Caroline Barneaud, Stefan Kaegi

With works by

Chiara Bersani e Marco D’Agostin (Itália), El Conde de Torrefiel (Espanha), Sofia Dias e Vítor Roriz (Portugal), Begüm Erciyas e Daniel Kötter (Turkey, Belgium, Germany), Stefan Kaegi (Germany, Switzerland), Ari Benjamin Meyers (Germany), Émilie Rousset (France)

Production and coordination

Isabelle Campiche, Aline Fuchs (Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne)

Coordination of the European project

Performing Landscape, Chloé Ferro, Monica Ferrari, Lara Fischer (Rimini Protokoll)

Artistic assistance

Giulia Rumasuglia, Magali Tosato

Technical direction

Guillaume Zemor

Props

Matthieu Dorsaz

Costumes

Machteld Vis

Production

Rimini Apparat (Germany), Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne (Switzerland)

Coproduction

Performing landscape, consórcio europeu com: Bunker e Festival Mladi Levi (Eslovénia), Culturgest (Portugal), Festival d’Avignon (França), Tangente St. Pölten – Festival für Gegenwartskultur (Áustria), Temporada Alta (Espanha), Zona K e Piccolo Teatro di Milano Teatro d’Europa (Itália).
Berliner Festspiele (Alemanha)

Shared Landscapes Culturgest - Portugal

Coproduction

Culturgest

Local performers

Chiara piece

Inês Cóias (actress)
Catarina Sousa (actress)

Emilie piece

Teresa Coutinho (staging assistant and actress)
Leonor Cabral (actress)
Edgar Martinho (farmer)

Stefan piece

Hugo Gonçalves (meteorologist)
Patricia Câmara (psychoanalyst)
Naíma Marques (child)
David Belo (técnico florestal)
Madalina Petre (singer)

Orquestra da Câmara Portuguesa

Marta Vilaça (flute)
Álvaro Correia Pinto (tenor saxophone, soprano)
Rita Nunes (alto saxophone, baritone)
Tiago Pagaimo (trombone)
Carolina Godinho (trumpet)
João Aibéo (tube, musical direction)

Associate researcher

Joana Braga

Production manager

Mariana Cardoso Lemos

Producers

Clara Troni, Leonor Barra, Jorge Epifânio, Sara Cavaco

Production Assistant

Nuno Cunha

Technical manager

Carlos Ramos

Technician

Guilhermer Pompeu, Nuno Alves, Vasco Branco, Pedro Noronha, Pedro Sousa

Video technician

Frederico Mota

Sound technicians

Ricardo Guerreiro, Sérgio Cardoso, Joaquim Ponte

Communication manager

Catarina Medina

Graphic production

Helena César

Press office

Débora Pereira

Digital communication

Raquel Nunes

Audience development

Inês Lampreia

Communication assistant

Carolina Luz

Translator

David Swift

With the support

Quinta do Pisão, Cascais Ambiente – Gestão do Ambiente Terrestre e Marítimo, EMAC – Empresa Municipal de Ambiente de Cascais.

Partnership

Orquestra de Câmara Portuguesa

 

All plays are translated, adapted and re-staged with local teams, musicians, actors and local experts.

 

Performing Landscape is co-funded by the European Union's Creative Europe programme.

The concept creation and development phase was financed by the Federal Agency for Civic Education (Germany).

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