This Thursday, April 11, ZDB welcomes Maria Filomena Molder, for a conversation with António Poppe concerning the exhibition Mil Órbitas.
Talk on the exhibition
— with António Poppe and Maria Filomena Molder
Maria Filomena Molder
Maria Filomena Molder is Full Professor of the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas – Universidade Nova de Lisboa, and was a Visiting Professor at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris (2011); member of the Conseil Scientifique of the Collège International de Philosophie, Paris (2003-2006/2006-2009), of the Groupe International de Recherches sur Nietzsche (GIRN), and of Ifilnova. Since 1978, Maria Filomena Molder has been writing extensively about aesthetic problems – in their quality as knowledge and language problems – for several philosophical and literary journals, including the following ones: Filosofia e Epistemologia, Prelo, Análise, Revista Ler, Sub-Rosa, A Phala, Internationale Zeitschrift für Philosophie, Philosophica, Revista Belém, Dedalus, Rue Descartes, Chroniques de Philosophie, Revue Europe, Lettre International, Revista Azafea, Revista Electra. Additionally, since 1980, she participated in countless Conferences, Congresses and Meetings, both in Portugal and abroad. From 1984 onwards, Maria Filomena Molder has also been writing for catalogues and other publications on art in general and on particular artists, both Portuguese and foreign, amongst which: Jorge Martins, Ruy Leitão, Rui Chafes, Helena Almeida, Ana Vieira, Julião Sarmento, Rui Sanches, José Pedro Croft, Bernard Plossu, Juan Muñoz, Noronha da Costa, Antony Gormley, Louise Bourgeois, Francisco Tropa, Ana Hatherly, João Queiroz, Jorge Queiroz and Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso.
Visual artist, poet, and performer, lives and works in Lisbon. He studied at the Ar.Co (Center for Art and Visual Communication), at the Royal College of Arts in London, and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he held a Master’s Degree in Performative Art and Cinema as a fellow of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the Luso American Foundation for Development. He develops a hybrid work of poetry and visual arts, part of which has been edited by Assírio & Alvim (Torre de Juan Abad, 2001), Documenta (Livro da Luz, 2012) and Douda Correria (Medicine, in 2015, and Come Coral, in 2017). He has already performed and / or exhibited in venues such as the Serralves Museum, ZDB Gallery, Galeria 111, Culturgest, Fundação Carmona e Costa, among others. In 2015, he took part in Oracular Spectacular – Desenho e Animismo, at Centro Internacional de Artes José de Guimarães (CIAJG); in 2017, he exhibited Watercourse, with Joana Fervença, at Galeria 111, and participated in Encontros para Além da História, under the theme As Magias (CIAJG). The following year he collaborated with Mumtazz for the 6th edition of Encontros para Além da História, this time under the theme O Nascimento da Arte (d’après Georges Bataille), also in the CIAJG; collaborated with musa paradisiaca in Collaboration, curated by Filipa Oliveira at the Quetzal Art Center in Jachthuis Schijf, The Netherlands; and developed an artistic residence and seminar at Port 33, on the island of Madeira, part of the cycle Mais importante do que desenhar é afiar o lápis, curated by Nuno Faria.