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Hydatos

João Pedro Oliveira et Paulo Bernardino
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1Hydatos é uma palavra grega que significa “água”.

2Esta obra é inspirada nos primeiros versos do Antigo Testamento (Génesis, Cap. 1:2):

“E o Espírito de Deus pairava sobre as águas.”

3Esta obra foi encomendada pela Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian e foi composta no estúdio do compositor e no centro NOVARS em Manchester.

4O trabalho em vídeo procura articular a imagem com o som da composição criando uma peça “única”, onde a imagem não se apresente apenas como uma ilustração, mas formando uma narrativa que possa proporcionar ao ouvinte/espectador um espectáculo multissensorial.

5Partindo de uma abordagem sonora experiencial inspirada nos primeiros versos do Antigo Testamento (Génesis, Cap. 1:2) proposta por João Pedro Oliveira, a imagem-vídeo produzida por Paulo Bernardino, partindo da composição proposta, instiga o espectador a procurar um fio condutor num mundo imagético assente numa construção narrativa não-linear, deixando ao critério de cada espectador a associação/interpretação das partes consoante as suas próprias crenças/experiências. Desta forma procura-se que seja o ouvinte/espectador a “fechar” a “narrativa aberta”.

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João Pedro Oliveira et Paulo Bernardino, « Hydatos », Carnets, Première Série - 1 | -1, 191.

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João Pedro Oliveira et Paulo Bernardino, « Hydatos », Carnets [En ligne], Première Série - 1 | 2009, mis en ligne le 16 juin 2018, consulté le 17 octobre 2019. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/carnets/3150

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João Pedro Oliveira

Universidade de Aveiro

jppo@ua.pt

João Pedro Oliveira studied organ performance and composition at the Gregorian Institute of Lisbon and architecture at the Fine Arts School of Lisbon. In 1985 he moved to the United States where he completed a Doctorate in Music Composition at the University of New York at Stony Brook. He is Senior Professor of composition and electronic music at the University of Aveiro, in Portugal. He has received many important international awards and prizes such as:
– 1st Prize in Bourges Electroacoustic Music Competition (France) – 2002 and 2007;
– 1st Prize in Musica Nova competition (Czech Republic) – 2005 and 2007;
– 1st Prize in Metamorphoses competition (Belgium) – 2006;
– Magisterium Prize in Bourges Electroacoustic Music Competition (France) – 2008;
– Giga Hertz Award – 2008.

Paulo Bernardino

Universidade de Aveiro

pbernard@ua.pt

Paulo Bernardino, is licensed in Arts: Sculpture and complements its training with a Master of Arts – Sculpture (MA) – Royal College of Art, London, U.K., concluding his academic training after returning to Portugal – Doctoral Studies in the Art under the theme: “The intersection of new technology in the creativity of the image in fine arts at the end of the XXth century: the image, the technology and the art” – University of Aveiro – 2006. While Artist begins to use, as a means of expression, techniques supported by more traditional disciplines of drawing and sculpture. He is now directed to the means of production technology through the image, intersecting in his work, the digital technology as a process of a fusion – questioning the space of action through the interaction with the observer.

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