Albano JerónimoMagazine Style Interviews | 10 Jan 2019
When you are not on a stage or in front of a camera, what catches your attention?
Family and friends. And... family and friends.
What is your family and friends’ role in your life?
Unlimited. That is, it is inherent to my existence. It`s what encourages me, it is what makes me get up every day to have a work schedule which is morning, afternoon and night. And makes it possible to do what I do, develop my art: whether on stage, in front of a camera, or directing.
You are professionally connected to performance arts. How are other arts – such as expression in painting, design, architecture –present in your life?
I believe in the research part and personal interest, and in part of my work – in creating a performance, for example. It is an essential part of my life and work process.
Have you bought any artwork yet?
Yes. I have a few.
And what meaning do you give them?
The same meaning as having a plant growing at home. For me, it has life. It is something that, every day, when you look at it, it changes. My view of the objects changes and I am very keen in that interchange. A work of art compels me to this: it is a permanent exercise of contemplation and sense.
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Text: Inês Mendes
Photography: Nuno Beja
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