O olhar Inabitado das Manhãs

O olhar Inabitado das Manhãs

O Olhar Inabitado das Manhãs are leftovers of poems. It’s about Sophia de Mello Breyner’s poetry without revealing her name ever. It’s the revelation of her poetry without using the metaphor, as if you were secretly opening a black box that keeps only the intimacy of the words in the moment they meet the spontaneity of the body.

It makes us go to that melancholic place where you acknowledge you’re no more than a spectrum passing by. You’re nothing compared to this huge amazing earth made of stone and fire and wind and sky. No word will ever transmit the strenght of a thunder. The word sky is nothing compared to the sky itself. Nothing. When I write ‘light’ there’s no real enlightenment.

So, Sara Carinhas, the actress, with a name made itself of rocks and diamonds, who cares? She’s the woman exposing herself in her fragility- like a scared cat. The woman in ‘The uninhabited look of mornings’ has poems living deep inside of her mouth.

‘To be able to decipher the universe that’s hidden in a singular look. A look that I’ve seen in pictures and in documentaries. These two eyes that I imagine when I’m reading her touching words. The look of the one who’s “afraid to love in a place so fragile as this world is”.
The power of nature, bigger than anyone of us. The waiting. A God. A poetry that burns. The will for a peaceful moment of contemplation. The body that inhabits the space. The body that can stay forever. Because you’re there now, alive. Forever. You can stay but you don’t let yourself be touched, you can’t save your body”.

[Daniel Gorjão]

Ficha Artistica e Técnica

Direcção Artística Daniel Gorjão | Texto Cátia Terrinca a partir do universo de Sophia de Mello Breyner Andersen | Interpretação Sara Carinhas | Produção e Desenho de Luz Sara Garrinhas | Produção Executiva e Apoio Técnico João Figueiredo Dias | Direcção de Produção Cristina Correia | Design Cartaz Ricardo Aço | Execução de Figurino Teresa Capitão | Comunicação Rita Tomás

Duração | 50 minutos
M/12

Estreia | 17 a 19 de Julho de 2014 | Jardim Botânico do Museu Nacional de História Natural e Ciência, Lisboa