The following images, videos, and sounds are just a small sample of what can be seen, listened and experienced @ The New Art Fest ’17.

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Manuel Casimiro. A Cidade. 1972. Courtesy of the artist.
Antonio Salvador Carvalho. Collage. 2014. Courtesy of the artist.

LUSHSUX. Courtesy of the artist.

António Salvador Carvalho e Pedro Zamith. Esqueletos colaterais. 2017. Courtesy of the artists.
António José Carvalho aka Guttguff. Hunger Games. 2017. Courtesy of the artist.
Miza Coplin, untitled, 2015. Coloured pencil on paper, 28×20,3cm. Private collection.
Naganeo. SD4. 2016. Courtesy of the artist.
Andre Sier. Eu-Abstracto (Skate.Exe Edition). 2014. Courtesy of the artist.
Rita Burmester. Knossos. 2016. Courtesy of the artist.
Ken Rinaldo. Borderless Bacteria. 2017. Courtesy of the artist.
Maria Lopes. The Consciousness Field. 2009-2029. Courtesy of the artist.
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Peta The Same River Twice (stills). 2017. Courtesy of the authors.
Silvestre Pestana. P OVO N OVO Virtual CATALANIA 09.10.2017 @ Vitos Flores, 2017, poema avatar.gif. Courtesy of the artist.
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Katai. “¿¿¿ ¿¿¿¿¿”, 2017 (glitch)
Left Hand Rotation. Lugares em Lisboa à beira de desaparecer. 2016. Courtesy of the artists.

Miguel Palma. Claridade, 2008. Courtesy of the artist.

Margarida Sardinha-Hyperbolic_Curves
Margarida Sardinha. Hyperbolic Curves, 2017. Foto: Ivo Cordeiro. Courtesy of the artist.
Leonel Moura. BeBot. 2017. Courtesy of the artist.
Dasha Battelle. Snap Art. Courtesy of the artist.

Product Description

After QUEST, the piano and electronics duo by Joana Gama and Luís Fernandes, and SATIE.150, Gama’s project signaling the 150th anniversary of the composer Erik Satie, HARMONIES is the combination of those two musical investments, but adding a third element: cellist Ricardo Jacinto, also well known as a sound and visual artist. This is the next and brilliant step to the album QUEST, which content wasn’t already defined by Joana Gama’s parallel incursions in contemporary classical music or Luís Fernandes’ activities in the fields of rock and ambient electronica, with the band peixe:avião and under the name The Astroboy or Landforms. It’s much more than that: the exploration of a new musical ground alternative to previous paradigms, but now profiting from the contributions of Jacinto, a musician usually committed to experimental music and improvisation. Curiously enough, the simple melodies suggested by Satie give a more evident pop flavor to the pieces at the same time that the constructions get more experimental. The music keeps being puzzling and mysterious, but the beauty of it all is overwhelming.

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Carlos Henrich. Os Pulas para Cuito. Idiofone (2016)
Mariana Castro. Interiors. 2014. Courtesy of the artist.
Emanuel Pimenta. IoT, 2017

IoT (2017) is a concert composed by Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta based on the Internet of Things. In one of the busiest downtown areas of Lisbon, Rua Garrett, and Largo do Chiado, 431 hotspots were detected. These Internet nodes determined the structure and sounds of the concert.
IoT – Internet of Things – was inspired by Cerveira Pinto’s concept of Second City.