2012 – Invited to collaborate on the Project: Entangled Bodies-Spaces-Times-Experiences (EBSTE) (Provisional Title) – Integrated Reality Intermedia Performance and Participatory Environment, by the Choreographer and Transdisciplinary Researcher, Ph.D. Isabel Valverde. The Project also has diverse and multidisciplinary Speakers/Institutions, National and International. And aims for the support: CAT/IHSIS Project Proposal for PINC. (Pending approval)
Sinopsis: "This project proposes the collaborative creation and production and dissemination of multi-sited physical-virtual trans-disciplinary networked performances and participatory environments. Envisioning an integrated reality in the mingling of subjects, arts, cultures, and data we will work towards converging physical and virtual bodies and environments in multi-participant cross-modal creative interactions. The project wishes to develop in collaboration with PINC partners GMEA, blinc, and Share, involving their local/regional culture and their artistic-technological trans-disciplinary approaches. (...)"
(Ph.D. Isabel Valverde, 2012)
2010 – September 30 and October 1 and 2 – Collaboration and graphic conception in Scientific Poster, entitled: "The body author and actor of self-harm: the report of an adolescent with cystic fibrosis", along with the PhD Drª Fátima Feliciano, presented at the 8th Conference on Suicidal Behaviours in the Grande Hotel do Luso, organization of the Portuguese Society of Suicidology, from the Prevention and Consultation of Suicide of HUC and Psychiatric Clinic of the H.U.C.
Abstract: "In the skin that is external and self-torn, the professional drill and controls the blood flood, she cut down and admire it; so if ultra permeates the border I-proofing the world and self-other boundary. The CF output in the Russian roulette of life and death, where they dominate the substances swallow, swallow pills, introducing products, fluid extract, as opposed to the option of dropping screams in drops of blood to mark the revolt of guilt and apology without naming the pain of body and affection."
(Ph.D Fátima Feliciano, 2010)
2010 – September 30 and October 1 and 2 – Collaboration and graphic conception in Scientific Poster, entitled: "... the silence on female: 4 acts” (2nd edition updated), along with the PhD Drª Fatima Feliciano, presented at the 8th Conference on Suicidal Behaviours in the Grande Hotel do Luso, organization of the Portuguese Society of Suicidology, the Prevention and Consultation of Suicide of HUC and Psychiatric Clinic of the H.U.C.
Abstract: "Images striking mimicry a reality where the silent suffering dominates and surprising in their expressions of self-directed aggression, which reaches its climax in the suicide situation materialized. Transverse sections of the film approaches that merge real and fictional stories centered on self-aggression by female figures where art in its creative action forms, color and sound to pain (in) suspected. Faces that despite the limitations inherent in the cinematic arts, reproduce realities that live near us and that the objectivity of numbers reflecting the order will still dim but sensitizer for the immensity that it represents."
(Ph.D Fátima Feliciano, 2010)
2009 – Invited to collaborate on R & D Project of the FCT, by Prof. Isabel Valverde and Researcher in the project: "Weathering In: Trans-Disciplinary Intervention on Synergetic Inter-corporeal Environments." (Pending approval)
Abstract: "How often are people characterized as weather? She is a cold woman. He is such a hot guy. What if you found a moody or sensitive environment? An environment turning red as your embarrassment with a stranger near you? An environment enacting human interaction? The project Weathering In expands on this corporeal metaphor, aiming to develop an immersive performative environment where people are invited to interact playfully with one another and with an intelligent place. Reflecting politically in the real-time engagement with physical, physiological and spatio-temporal dynamic corporeal relationships, multiple connections are established amongst participants’ behavior/data and with the climatic conditions, audio-visual geographical and cultural specificities. (…)"
(Ph.D. Isabel Valverde, 2009)
2008/09 – Collaboration (stage space) in the project
Abstract: "Moody Waters is a project of the Participatory Environment and represents the top part of the wider project Under the Weather. Develops the concept of swapping between space and dynamic body and the more internal space it inhabits and lives. Developing a system to interface with biofeedback sensors and actuators with a combination of physical devices that already exist." (Under consideration)
(Ph.D. Isabel Valverde, 2008)
2008 – Collaboration: Real Virtual Games, Ph.D. Isabel Valverde (Scientific Researcher, Transmedia Choreographer and Performer). Installation | interactive environment, the LX FACTORY: 1 and November 2, 2009, in Lisbon.
Abstract: "Real Virtual Games (RJV) incorporates dance / performance and media arts in a cross disciplinary collaboration. In a hybrid architecture, the physical and virtual spaces interact with seushabitantes, performers and audience, and live as avatars. RJV discusses the environments of video games and virtual spaces of sociability, such as Second Life, its physical interfaces (by using virtual reality goggles, motion capture, Wii controller, and webcam) and relations with decorporalization. In this hybrid choreographic creation, live and virtual characters interact to take modes of communication. Movement - both physical and virtual - imagery and sound effects affect each other through computer interaction systems. This interactivity between physical movement and models of mediation and virtual representation: avatars, part of the idea of moving the virtual space (video game / 3D animation) to the physical space and vice versa (via motion capture). RJV lies in thinking about the body in relation to digital technologies, particularly adherence to video games, models and immersive real-time communication on the Internet."
(Ph.D. Isabel Valverde, 2008)
2006 – Collaboration and Graphic Conception in scientific Poster, with the title: “…the silence in the feminine: 4 acts" – together with PhD. Fátima Feliciano, for the Suicidal Behaviours Conferences VI (28, 29 and 30 of September of 2006) in the Grande Hotel of Luso. Organization: Office of Prevention of Suicidal of the HUC (University Hospitals of Coimbra) – Psychiatric Clinics of the HUC.
Summary: "Forceful Images mimetic a reality where the quiet suffering dominates and in it surprises them in its manifestation of auto-directed aggression, which reaches its height in the situation of materialize suicide. Transversal cuts of cinematographic boarding’s, where reality and fiction stories, meeting in the auto-aggressions of feminine figures where the art in its creative share of the form, color and sound pains (in) suspected. Faces that, although the inherent limitation to the cinematographic art, reproduces realities that live next to us."
(Ph.D Fátima Feliciano, 2006)
2001 – Photographic collaboration in information Poster – work group of Esther Rebull (Maternity House Hospital – Clinic University Hospital of Barcelona), for the V Mundial Congress of Prenatal Medicine, Barcelona (Spain).