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Frederico Vicente; Diogo Simões; Paula Simão; André Fernandes

Estação Sul e Sueste

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Avenida Alfredo da Silva, Barreiro, Portugal
Estação Sul e Sueste was born in January 2018, Barreiro, as a thinking platform about the territory and landscape of this city, through artistic practice. Approaching the semantics of the word: station as a receptacle of ephemeral events, materializing a restlessness to the ideas and potentialities of this city. As first act presents Terminal B, in a 12-month continuous exhibition, which will feature 12 artists, invited to express their visions on the most varied themes related to Barreiro.

Terminal B


One window; twelve visions.

Terminal B


One window; twelve visions.
Within an informal window to the street, the democratization of the museum awakens the public discussion of the city.
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Terminal B objective is to bring different perspectives of emerging artists on the identity of Barreiro into a window.
Thus 12 artists were invited to materialize their visions over 12 months where they’ll talk through 12 unconventional pieces created exclusively for this act, in a continuous exhibition started september 2018. The expression is spontaneous, the limits are dimensional and the themes are the city, the people and their places.
The concept lies in the search of communication with the memory of the inhabitants in order to discuss the territory and its potential. Not based on the formality of a physical project, but on the knowledge of a present reality. It results as an analysis, where art creates simultaneously the proximity, as origin, and distance, critic and critical, to the understanding of the place. It seeks to first comprehend it in all its character through its manifestation in its population; approaching architecture to the city.



Opening of the first exhibition "Modos e Meios" by the artist Joana Geraldes

Opening of the first exhibition "Modos e Meios" by the artist Joana Geraldes

Opening of the second exhibition "Nascer-do-Sol" by the artist Rodrigo Miragaia

Opening of the second exhibition "Nascer-do-Sol" by the artist Rodrigo Miragaia

Opening of the third exhibition "Traçados Industriais" by the artist Margarida Pereira

Terminal B


One window; twelve visions.

Terminal B


One window; twelve visions.
Within an informal window to the street, the democratization of the museum awakens the public discussion of the city.
File under
Type of project
  • Next alliances

Terminal B objective is to bring different perspectives of emerging artists on the identity of Barreiro into a window.
Thus 12 artists were invited to materialize their visions over 12 months where they’ll talk through 12 unconventional pieces created exclusively for this act, in a continuous exhibition started september 2018. The expression is spontaneous, the limits are dimensional and the themes are the city, the people and their places.
The concept lies in the search of communication with the memory of the inhabitants in order to discuss the territory and its potential. Not based on the formality of a physical project, but on the knowledge of a present reality. It results as an analysis, where art creates simultaneously the proximity, as origin, and distance, critic and critical, to the understanding of the place. It seeks to first comprehend it in all its character through its manifestation in its population; approaching architecture to the city.



Opening of the first exhibition "Modos e Meios" by the artist Joana Geraldes

Opening of the first exhibition "Modos e Meios" by the artist Joana Geraldes

Opening of the second exhibition "Nascer-do-Sol" by the artist Rodrigo Miragaia

Opening of the second exhibition "Nascer-do-Sol" by the artist Rodrigo Miragaia

Opening of the third exhibition "Traçados Industriais" by the artist Margarida Pereira


Idea by

Frederico Vicente; Diogo Simões; Paula Simão; André Fernandes
Estação Sul e Sueste
Avenida Alfredo da Silva
Barreiro
Portugal
Estação Sul e Sueste was born in January 2018, Barreiro, as a thinking platform about the territory and landscape of this city, through artistic practice. Approaching the semantics of the word: station as a receptacle of ephemeral events, materializing a restlessness to the ideas and potentialities of this city. As first act presents Terminal B, in a 12-month continuous exhibition, which will feature 12 artists, invited to express their visions on the most varied themes related to Barreiro.