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Bio

Rodrigo Malvar con un título de Máster en Creación Artística Contemporánea de la Universidad de Aveiro. Es músico y cofundador de la asociación Teatro do Frio interviniendo como artista y co-director en varias obras. A él corresponden la banda sonora de STRATA, llamada de socorro, todas as direcções, desaguisado y el equilibrio.

Ana Guedes Licenciada en Bellas Artes y escultura tiene un Máster en Artes visuales de la Universidad de Évora. Fundadora de AR Search. Ha trabajado como escenógrafa para Casa da Música, Teatro do Frio y Companhia de Música Teatral y ha participado en proyectos multidisciplinares: CRUZADAS, Guimarães capital Europeia da Cultura; OPUS TUTTI- Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian; GAMELÃO DE PORCELANA E CRISTAL con Paulo Maria Rodrigues. Juntos forman el grupo Ar Search-Teatro do Frio y su obra Voyager #1 y fuga coreográfica han participado en las exposiciones “más real que lo real”, comisariada por Ilaria Bonacossa en España, Italia y Rumania.

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Rodrigo Malvar has a Masters in Artistic and Contemporary Creation from the University of Aveiro. He is a musician and cofounder of the association Teatro do Frio, assisting as an artist and co-director in various works. He is part of the soundtrack STRATA, a call for help from all directions that explores chaos and balance.

Ana Guedes received her degree in Fine Arts and Sculpture and has a Master in Visual Arts from the University of Évora. She is the founder of AR Search. She has worked as a set designer for Casa da Música, Teatro do Frio, and Companhia de Música Teatral and has participated in multidisciplinary projects:  CRUZADAS, Guimarães capital Europeia da Cultura; OPUS TUTTI- Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian; GAMELÃO DE PORCELANA E CRISTAL with Paulo Maria Rodrigues. Together Rodrigo Malvar and Ana Guedes form the group AR Search- Teatro do Frio and their work Voyager #1 and the choreographed fugue has been performed in the expositions “más real que lo real”, commissioned by Llaria Bonacossa in Spain, Italy, and Romania.