Maré Rasante

Icapuí-CE| 2014

 

A pesquisa intitulada Maré Rasante foi desenvolvida entre 2014|2015 na praia da Requenguela, região de Icapuí, Costa Leste do litoral Cearense.  Com cerca de vinte mil habitantes, Icapuí, tem como principal atividade econômica a pesca artesanal da lagosta e é composta por treze praias, com paisagens singulares entre si.   Na praia da Requenguela, o fenômeno das marés, com até 6 km de recuo, possibilitou uma experiência sensório-corporal no ambiente Mar e no tempo Maré, gerando assim, uma experiência espaço-temporal que impele a confrontar a todo momento o paradoxo entre a vida microscópica e a imensidão do mar, o infinito e o finito, o cheio e o vazio, o seco e o úmido.  O tempo da pesca e o tempo do atravessar do pescador.  A partir desta pesquisa, desenvolvemos ações performativas imersivas que propunham ao participante|performer, a partir das experiências imersivas e sensoriais, uma reconexão com os aspectos naturais deste território.

 

 

Maré Rasante was developed between 2014|2015 on the beach of Requenguela, East Coast of Ceará.  With approximately 20 thousand inhabitants, Icapuí has as its main economic activity the small-scale fishing of lobster and is composed of 13 beaches with natural landscapes. 

On the beach of Requenguela, with up to 6 miles of retreat, the tidal phenomenon enabled us to an immersion into the environment Sea and the time Tide. The shallow tide phenomenon provided a sensorial|body experience that implies in a space|time relation, confronting us all the time with the paradox between the microscopic life and the immensity of the sea, with the infinite and the finite, with the full and empty, dry and wet.  The fisherman time to fish and to cross this space.

From this research, we started the development of the immersive performing acts. This artistic intervention proposed that the participant|performer may reconnect, from an immersive experience, with natural aspects of specific environments. We inferred that, reconnecting with the natural biosphere, the participant|performer has the opportunity to reconnect with his human biosphere as a sensitive environment, composed of specific landscapes and atmospheres, always moving.

 

Participantes | Participants: Walmeri Ribeiro, Patricia Caetano, Artur Dória, Eduardo Spenizo, Fabio José, Clara Bastos