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Discoreografia – Música, Dança e Blá-Blá-Blá

Program #14: De Saliva e Sal – Bonus Track

(16'25", 2014)

Created and hosted by Elisabete Finger, Discoreografia – Música, Dança e Blá-Blá-Blá  [Dischoreography – Music, Dance, and Blah, Blah, Blah] is a web radio program in which artists talk about their works and creative processes through a selection of musical influences. In each program, a different guest presents his/her personal discography interwoven by stories, memories, and art projects. The goal of the program is to promote encounters in the good old-fashion radio style to listen to music and talk about how it rocks choreographies and performative, theatrical, visual, literary and philosophical creations.

 

Concept, curatorship, and hosting: Elisabete Finger (project partner)

Editing: Estúdio Zut (Gabriel Piotto)

Presented by Itaú Cultural e Ministério da Cultura

 

This is the bonus track of the Program #14.

 

Track List:

1. “A Vida É Um Moinho” – Cartola

2. “Into My Arms” – Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

 

The full interview includes the track list below:

1. “Mind Train” – Yoko Ono

2. “Piss Factory” – Patti Smith

3. “Do I Move You” – Nina Simone

4. “Luz del Fuego” – Rita Lee e Tutti-Frutti

5. “Downtown Train” – Tom Waits

6. “Livro Mágico de Xangô” – José Antônio Rezende de Almeida Prado, live recording with Constança Almeida Prado (violin) and Eduardo Bello (violoncello)

7. “Blue Moon” – Billie Holiday

 

Itaú Cultural Website

Body and Soul Podcast

Interviews by dance critic Eva Yaa Asantewaa

(15', 2013)

Interviews with dance artists and experts plus occasional reviews and commentary by veteran New York City-based dance critic Eva Yaa Asantewaa

 

 

Cristiane Bouger muses on time.

 

Cristiane Bouger is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. She explores the intersection of performance, theater, philosophy, literature, do-it-yourself practices and post-punk influences. Her work reveals existential examinations reflecting upon the female body, desire, cultural conducts, behavior and symbols, biography and fiction. She is a 2012 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2012-2013 Performa Magazine Writer-in-Residence.

 

Learn more on InfiniteBody blog

Listen to all Body and Soul podcasts here.

©2013, Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody

 IN PORTUGUESE ONLY

Behind the Bio – Radio Interview

Tête-à-Tête Couve-Flor | 20MIN.MOV

(23'45", 2011)

In Tête-à-Tête, members of the art collective Couve-flor interviewed one another, considering the influences of the interviewee in the final format of the conversation. Elisabete Finger invited Cristiane Bouger to create a radio program with her musical influences and answer to her questions on how these influences shaped her view on art and life.

 

The radio program was played to a live audience at Cafofo Couve-Flor in the early hours of November 6, 2011.

 

Intro – Elisabete Finger (read by Neto Machado)

Cafofo Couve-Flor – 20MIN.MOV

 

“Hello everyone who is at Cafofo Couve-Flor tonight. I'm going to do a brief introduction of the format mechanism that I proposed to interview Cristiane Bouger for the event 20MIN.MOV.

 

I was with Cris in New York during the months of April and May this year, and among so many other creative exchanges, we had several very interesting conversations about influences, references, and inspiration to create, perform, make art, and so on. In one of these days in New York, Cris proudly showed me a part of her website named ‘behind the bio’; it was a link imbued on the page of  her biography. I was surprised and curious when I saw in this link a selection of record covers that included Patti Smith, Velvet Underground, Cyndi Lauper, Carmem Miranda, and also Roberto Carlos, Menudo, and A Turma do Balão Mágico. Cris and I share an interest and common passion for radio broadcasting, so I decided to ask her to prepare a ‘radio program’  for us. She should  revisit her work through the selected songs in a way we could listen to her play-list. Knowing Cris's work, I also made a list of ‘themes’ or recurrent subjects of her practice (or what I see as recurrent) and asked her to comment on these ‘themes’, connecting them to her play-list.

The ‘themes’ were:

— Sensuality, feminine, and feminism;

— Punk movement, the thinking behind the movement and how it influenced/influences her;

— Poetry: What is she interested in writing about? How does she write and what kind of space these texts inhabit in her performance?;

— Pop (the funny mix of Menudo, Cyndi Lauper, Marisa Monte, Blitz, Balão Mágico, and Roberto Carlos)

— How does she articulate them with other erudite influences?

— Art and politics – this aspect is strongly present in Red 140, Displacement Pills, Sensuality in (and) America, and Hunger Follies.

— Personal relationships (romantic ones).

 

How these influences become creative impulse, feed her, and become a creative body inside her work?

 

I was immensely happy and felt very emotional to listen to this ‘Behind the Bio’  broadcasting a bit ago, which Cris sent by email from New York. I'm writing from Berlin, and you will listen to this introduction in Neto Machado's voice, in Curitiba. I'm thankful to the technology that made this encounter possible to happen; I want to thank the producers of this event tonight— Wellington Gutti, Cândida Monte, and Neto Machado; and my partners from Couve-Flor Minicomunidade Artística Mundial. Special thanks to Cristiane Bouger for embracing this task with such love and dedication, for giving us her voice, memories, and these precious songs that are part of her history, and, you will all see, are part of the history of many of us.” — Elisabete Finger

 

COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Created and hosted by Elisabete Finger, Discoreografia – Música, Dança e Blá-Blá-Blá  [Dischoreography – Music, Dance, and Blah, Blah, Blah] is a web radio program in which artists talk about their works and creative processes through a selection of musical influences. In each program, a different guest presents his/her personal discography interwoven by stories, memories, and art projects. The goal of the program is to promote encounters in the good old-fashion radio style to listen to music and talk about how it rocks choreographies and performative, theatrical, visual, literary and philosophical creations.

 

Concept, curatorship, and hosting: Elisabete Finger (project partner)

Editing: Estúdio Zut (Gabriel Piotto)

Presented by Itaú Cultural e Ministério da Cultura

 

This is the bonus track of the Program #14.

 

Track List:

1. “A Vida É Um Moinho” – Cartola

2. “Into My Arms” – Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

 

The full interview includes the track list below:

1. “Mind Train” – Yoko Ono

2. “Piss Factory” – Patti Smith

3. “Do I Move You” – Nina Simone

4. “Luz del Fuego” – Rita Lee e Tutti-Frutti

5. “Downtown Train” – Tom Waits

6. “Livro Mágico de Xangô” – José Antônio Rezende de Almeida Prado, live recording with Constança Almeida Prado (violin) and Eduardo Bello (violoncello)

7. “Blue Moon” – Billie Holiday

 

Itaú Cultural Website

Interviews with dance artists and experts plus occasional reviews and commentary by veteran New York City-based dance critic Eva Yaa Asantewaa

 

 

Cristiane Bouger muses on time.

 

Cristiane Bouger is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. She explores the intersection of performance, theater, philosophy, literature, do-it-yourself practices and post-punk influences. Her work reveals existential examinations reflecting upon the female body, desire, cultural conducts, behavior and symbols, biography and fiction. She is a 2012 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2012-2013 Performa Magazine Writer-in-Residence.

 

Learn more on InfiniteBody blog

Listen to all Body and Soul podcasts here.

©2013, Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody

In Tête-à-Tête, members of the art collective Couve-flor interviewed one another, considering the influences of the interviewee in the final format of the conversation.

 

Elisabete Finger invited Cristiane Bouger to create a radio program with her musical influences and answer to her questions on how these influences shaped her view on art and life.

 

The radio program was played to a live audience at Cafofo Couve-Flor in the early hours of November 6, 2011.

 

Intro – Elisabete Finger (read by Neto Machado)

Cafofo Couve-Flor – 20MIN.MOV

 

“Hello everyone who is at Cafofo Couve-Flor tonight. I'm going to do a brief introduction of the format mechanism that I proposed to interview Cristiane Bouger for the 20MIN.MOV.

 

I was with Cris in New York during the months of April and May this year, and among so many other creative exchanges, we had several very interesting conversations about influences, references, and inspiration to create, perform, make art, and so on. In one of these days in New York, Cris proudly showed me a part of her website named ‘behind the bio’;
it was a link imbued on the page of  her biography. I was surprised and curious when I saw in this link a selection of record covers that included Patti Smith, Velvet Underground, Cyndi Lauper, Carmem Miranda, and also Roberto Carlos, Menudo, and A Turma do Balão Mágico. Cris and
I share an interest and common passion for radio broadcasting,
so I decided to ask her to prepare a ‘radio program’  for us. She should  revisit her work through the selected songs in a way we could listen to her play-list. Knowing Cris's work, I also made a list of ‘themes’ or recurrent subjects of her practice (or what I see as recurrent) and asked her to comment on these ‘themes’, connecting them to her play-list.

The ‘themes’ were:

— Sensuality, feminine, and feminism;

— Punk movement, the thinking behind the movement and how it influenced/influences her;

— Poetry: What is she interested in writing about? How does she write and what kind of space these texts inhabit in her performance?;

— Pop (the funny mix of Menudo, Cyndi Lauper, Marisa Monte, Blitz, Balão Mágico, and Roberto Carlos)

— How does she articulate them with other erudite influences?

— Art and politics – this aspect is strongly present in Red 140, Displacement Pills, Sensuality in (and) America, and Hunger Follies.

— Personal relationships (romantic ones).

 

How these influences become creative impulse, feed her, and become a creative body inside her work?

 

I was immensely happy and felt very emotional to listen to this ‘Behind the Bio’  broadcasting a bit ago, which Cris sent by email from New York. I'm writing from Berlin, and you will listen to this introduction in Neto Machado's voice, in Curitiba. I'm thankful to the technology that made this encounter possible to happen; I want to thank the producers of this event tonight— Wellington Gutti, Cândida Monte, and Neto Machado;
and my partners from Couve-Flor Minicomunidade Artística Mundial. Special thanks to Cristiane Bouger for embracing this task with such love and dedication, for giving us her voice, memories, and these precious songs that are part of her history, and, you will all see, are part of the history of many of us.” — Elisabete Finger

 

COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Concept, curatorship, and hosting: Elisabete Finger (project partner)

Editing: Estúdio Zut (Gabriel Piotto)

Presented by Itaú Cultural e Ministério da Cultura

 

 

Created and hosted by Elisabete Finger, Discoreografia – Música, Dança e Blá-Blá-Blá  [Dischoreography – Music, Dance, and Blah, Blah, Blah] is a web radio program in which artists talk about their works and creative processes through a selection of  musical influences. In each program, a different guest presents his/her personal discography interwoven by stories, memories, and art projects. The goal of the program is to promote encounters in the good old-fashion radio style to listen to music and talk about how it rocks choreographies and performative, theatrical, visual, literary and philosophical creations.

 

This is the bonus track of the Program #14.

 

Track List:

1. “A Vida É Um Moinho” – Cartola

2. “Into My Arms” – Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

 

The full interview includes the track list below:

1. “Mind Train” – Yoko Ono

2. “Piss Factory” – Patti Smith

3. “Do I Move You” – Nina Simone

4. “Luz del Fuego” – Rita Lee e Tutti-Frutti

5. “Downtown Train” – Tom Waits

6. “Livro Mágico de Xangô” – José Antônio Rezende de Almeida Prado, live recording with Constança Almeida Prado (violin) and Eduardo Bello (violoncello)

7. “Blue Moon” – Billie Holiday

 

Itaú Cultural Website

Interviews with dance artists and experts plus occasional reviews and commentary by veteran
New York City-based dance critic
Eva Yaa Asantewaa

 

Cristiane Bouger muses on time.

 

Cristiane Bouger is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. She explores the intersection of performance, theater, philosophy, literature, do-it-yourself practices and post-punk influences. Her work reveals existential examinations reflecting upon the female body, desire, cultural conducts, behavior and symbols, biography and fiction. She is a 2012 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2012-2013 Performa Magazine Writer-in-Residence.

 

Learn more on InfiniteBody blog

Listen to all Body and Soul podcasts here.

©2013, Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody

In Tête-à-Tête, members of the art collective Couve-flor interviewed one another, considering the influences of the interviewee in the final format of the conversation.

 

Elisabete Finger invited Cristiane Bouger to create a radio program with her musical influences and answer to her questions on how these influences shaped her view on art and life.

The radio program was played to a live audience at Cafofo Couve-Flor in the early hours of November 6, 2011.

 

Intro – Elisabete Finger (read by Neto Machado)

Cafofo Couve-Flor – 20MIN.MOV

 

“Hello everyone who is at Cafofo Couve-Flor tonight. I'm going to do a brief introduction of the format mechanism that I proposed to interview Cristiane Bouger for the 20MIN.MOV.

 

I was with Cris in New York during the months of April and May this year,

and among so many other creative exchanges, we had several very interesting conversations about influences, references, and inspiration to create, perform, make art, and so on. In one of these days in New York, Cris proudly showed me a part of her website named ‘behind the bio’; it was a link imbued on the page of  her biography. I was surprised and curious when I saw in this link a selection of record covers that included Patti Smith, Velvet Underground, Cyndi Lauper, Carmem Miranda, and also Roberto Carlos, Menudo, and

A Turma do Balão Mágico. Cris and I share an interest and common passion for radio broadcasting, so I decided to ask her to prepare a ‘radio program’  for us. She should  revisit her work through the selected songs in a way we could listen to her play-list. Knowing Cris's work, I also made a list of ‘themes’ or recurrent subjects of her practice (or what I see as recurrent) and asked her

to comment on these ‘themes’, connecting them to her play-list.

 

The ‘themes’ were:

— Sensuality, feminine, and feminism;

— Punk movement, the thinking behind the movement and how it influenced/influences her;

— Poetry: What is she interested in writing about? How does she write and what kind of space these texts inhabit in her performance?;

— Pop (the funny mix of Menudo, Cyndi Lauper, Marisa Monte, Blitz, Balão Mágico, and Roberto Carlos)

— How does she articulate them with other erudite influences?

— Art and politics – this aspect is strongly present in Red 140, Displacement Pills, Sensuality in (and) America, and Hunger Follies.

— Personal relationships (romantic ones).

 

How these influences become creative impulse, feed her, and become a creative body inside her work?

 

I was immensely happy and felt very emotional to listen to this ‘Behind the Bio’  broadcasting a bit ago, which Cris sent by email from New York. I'm writing from Berlin, and you will listen to this introduction in Neto Machado's voice, in Curitiba. I'm thankful to the technology that made this encounter possible to happen; I want to thank the producers of this event tonight— Wellington Gutti, Cândida Monte, and Neto Machado; and my partners from Couve-Flor Minicomunidade Artística Mundial. Special thanks to Cristiane Bouger for embracing this task with such love and dedication, for giving us her voice, memories, and these precious songs that are part of her history, and, you will all see, are part of the history of many of us.” — Elisabete Finger

 

COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Created and hosted by Elisabete Finger, Discoreografia – Música, Dança e Blá-Blá-Blá  [Dischoreography – Music, Dance, and Blah, Blah, Blah] is a web radio program in which artists talk about their works and creative processes through a selection of musical influences. In each program, a different guest presents his/her personal discography interwoven by stories, memories, and art projects. The goal of the program is to promote encounters in the good old-fashion radio style to listen to music and talk about how it rocks choreographies and performative, theatrical, visual, literary and philosophical creations.

 

This is the bonus track of the Program #14.

 

Track List:

1. “A Vida É Um Moinho” – Cartola

2. “Into My Arms” – Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds

 

The full interview includes the track list below:

1. “Mind Train” – Yoko Ono

2. “Piss Factory” – Patti Smith

3. “Do I Move You” – Nina Simone

4. “Luz del Fuego” – Rita Lee e Tutti-Frutti

5. “Downtown Train” – Tom Waits

6. “Livro Mágico de Xangô” – José Antônio Rezende de Almeida Prado, live recording with Constança Almeida Prado (violin) and Eduardo Bello (violoncello)

7. “Blue Moon” – Billie Holiday

 

Itaú Cultural Website

Concept, curatorship, and hosting: Elisabete Finger (project partner)

Editing: Estúdio Zut (Gabriel Piotto)

Presented by Itaú Cultural e Ministério da Cultura

Interviews with dance artists and experts plus occasional reviews and commentary by veteran New York City-based dance critic Eva Yaa Asantewaa

Cristiane Bouger muses on time.

 

Cristiane Bouger is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. She explores the intersection of performance, theater, philosophy, literature, do-it-yourself practices and post-punk influences. Her work reveals existential examinations reflecting upon the female body, desire, cultural conducts, behavior and symbols, biography and fiction. She is a 2012 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2012-2013 Performa Magazine Writer-in-Residence.

 

Learn more on InfiniteBody blog

Listen to all Body and Soul podcasts here.

©2013, Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody

In Tête-à-Tête, members of the art collective Couve-flor interviewed one another, considering the influences of the interviewee in the final format of the conversation. Elisabete Finger invited Cristiane Bouger to create a radio program with her musical influences and answer to her questions on how these influences shaped her view on art and life.

The radio program was played to a live audience at Cafofo Couve-Flor in the early hours of November 6, 2011.

 

Intro – Elisabete Finger (read by Neto Machado)

Cafofo Couve-Flor – 20MIN.MOV

 

“Hello everyone who is at Cafofo Couve-Flor tonight. I'm going to do a brief introduction of the format mechanism that I proposed to interview Cristiane Bouger for the 20MIN.MOV.

 

I was with Cris in New York during the months of April and May this year, and among so many other creative exchanges, we had several very interesting conversations about influences, references, and inspiration to create, perform, make art, and so on. In one of these days in New York, Cris proudly showed me a part of her website named ‘behind the bio’; it was a link imbued on the page of  her biography. I was surprised and curious when I saw in this link a selection of record covers that included Patti Smith, Velvet Underground, Cyndi Lauper, Carmem Miranda, and also Roberto Carlos, Menudo, and
A Turma do Balão Mágico. Cris and I share an interest and common passion for radio broadcasting, so I decided to ask her to prepare a ‘radio program’  for us. She should  revisit her work through the selected songs in a way we could listen to her play-list. Knowing Cris's work, I also made a list of ‘themes’ or recurrent subjects of her practice (or what I see as recurrent) and asked her to comment on these ‘themes’, connecting them to her play-list.

 

The ‘themes’ were:

— Sensuality, feminine, and feminism;

— Punk movement, the thinking behind the movement and how it influenced/influences her;

— Poetry: What is she interested in writing about? How does she write and what kind of space these texts inhabit in her performance?;

— Pop (the funny mix of Menudo, Cyndi Lauper, Marisa Monte, Blitz, Balão Mágico, and Roberto Carlos)

— How does she articulate them with other erudite influences?

— Art and politics – this aspect is strongly present in Red 140, Displacement Pills, Sensuality in (and) America, and Hunger Follies.

— Personal relationships (romantic ones).

 

How these influences become creative impulse, feed her, and become a creative body inside her work?

 

I was immensely happy and felt very emotional to listen to this ‘Behind the Bio’  broadcasting a bit ago, which Cris sent by email from New York. I'm writing from Berlin, and you will listen to this introduction in Neto Machado's voice, in Curitiba. I'm thankful to the technology that made this encounter possible to happen; I want to thank the producers of this event tonight— Wellington Gutti, Cândida Monte, and Neto Machado; and my partners from Couve-Flor Minicomunidade Artística Mundial. Special thanks to Cristiane Bouger for embracing this task with such love and dedication, for giving us her voice, memories, and these precious songs that are part of her history, and, you will all see, are part of the history of many of us.” — Elisabete Finger

 

COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
COPYRIGHT © 2021 BY CRISTIANE BOUGER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.