DISPOSITIONS & NOTHINGNESS
Two parallel worlds with different forms and processes of creation.
Drawing, photography, video and objects embody this exhibition, evoking dispositions of memory, time, space and movement or inertia and nothingness.
M: having time for materialisation is the main process of work — slow-moving in the search for fidelity to what you want to evoke.
K: anxious for resolution, in relation to many forms and processes — in this case, everything evokes nothingness.
Kátia Sá (1977)
Transdisciplinary visual artist and art educator. It brings together processes and languages from the analog and digital territories — photography, video, installation of objects, design and programming of interactive environments, multimedia performance with real-time image capture and processing. She has been an accomplice of artists from different areas — musicians, performers, directors — and educators or art students, in projects of contemporary artistic creation, in national and international contexts.
Graduated in Sculpture from the University School of Arts of Coimbra (2000), Master in Multimedia Art from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto (2007), PhD in Multimedia in Education from the University of Aveiro (2013). Adjunct Professor, since 2013, at the Lisbon School of Education (ESELx) Lisbon Polytechnic, a colleague of Mariana Viana, in the degree of Visual Arts and Technologies.