Carla Cruz (Vila Real, Portugal, 1977). Lives and works in Porto.
Ângelo Ferreira de Sousa (Porto,
Portugal, 1975). Lives and works in Porto, Paris and
Carla Cruz is an artist, researcher and educator. She holds a
PhD in art practice by Goldsmiths, University of London. In 2016, she was
awarded an AHRC Cultural Engagement fund as Research Associate for Goldsmiths
Art Department, in association with the community centre The Mill. Since 2011,
she develops the project Finding Money with António Contador, and since 2007,
she coordinates de Associação de Amigos da Praça do Anjo with Ângelo Ferreira
de Sousa. Carla founded the feminist collective of artistic intervention ZOiNA
(1999-2004), and the Caldeira 213 artist-run space (1999-2002); between 2005
and 2013 she coordinated the feminist exhibition project All My Independent
Ângelo Ferreira de Sousa holds
a degree in Painting by theDepartment of Fine Arts of the university of Porto. He was a founding
member of Caldeira 213, one of the
first artist-run spaces in Porto. He was artist in residence at Hangar, Barcelona and research fellow
of the same institution in two other artistic residences: Triangle (Marseille)
and Duende Studios (Rotterdam); fellow of the Government of Catalonia for the
production of "Schengen without efforts" and artist in residence at
The Window (Paris) directed by Catherine Baÿ.
Ângelo Ferreira de Sousa exhibits regularly since
1996. Selected solo exhibitions: Encore/Orange (ON OFF Studio, Paris, France, 2019), What Is To Be Done? (Sismógrafo,
Porto, Portugal. 2016), Orange (Rosalux,
Berlin, Germany, 2016), Bibliothéque
Trouvée (The Window, Paris, France, 2013).
Selected group shows: Art in Motion (Macau, 2019), Reality Machines - CRASSH (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom,
2018), Já Reparaste Como o Ponto de Interrogação... (Júlio Pomar Museum, Lisbon, Portugal 2016), Gramáticas Flexíveis (Casa das Artes, Porto, Portugal, 2015), Devido à Chuva a Revolução foi Adiada (Plataforma
Revólver, Lisbon, Portugal, 2014).