The gallery Trem, in the historic area of Faro, will host the exhibition «Nómada School: One, Two and Many» by Marta Wengorovius between April 24 and June 20.
"How would it be a" School "where we learn the" One, Two and the Many? "The answer can be found in this exhibition, where the works that tell of this" school "come together: plants, notebooks, notepad , the questions to teachers, the books that inspired it … the drawings that are made in it ", says the Center for Research in Arts and Communication (CIAC) at the University of Algarve.
"A school that is not a school, a school that is an inhabited sculpture, where we pass and learn from 'space'. A participatory work, begun in 2016, where we study in an interdisciplinary way, the "Singularity" (the "One"), the "Complicity" (the "Two"), and the "Community" its accentuations in constant movement ", adds.
This exhibition, which will be inaugurated on April 24th (6:30 p.m.), is part of CIAC's programming for farense gallery, with the support of the Center for Research in Arts and Communication, the Faculty of Science and Technology and the City Hall of Faro.
The exhibition, open until June 20, can be visited from Tuesday to Friday, from 11:30 to 18:00, and on Saturdays from 10:30 to 17:00.
Marta Wengorovius, visual artist born in Lisbon (1963), has a multidisciplinary plastic and personal research, dialoguing with other artistic and scientific disciplines.
In 2012, he founded the "One, two and many" methodology, with the works and their activations: "Reading Cabin – One, two and many Library" (2012), "One, two and many – an island on display" (2016) and "Nomad School" (2016).
She is a PhD student in Contemporary Art at the College of Arts of the University of Coimbra and has been exhibiting individually since 1989.