Walk&Talk Azores Festival 2014 Recap
The 4th edition of Walk&Talk Azores Festival took place this year between July 18th and August 3rd in the Island of São Miguel, gathering international artists from different fields, with a focus on murals, installation and performance, and offering opportunities of co-creation experience, workshops and more.
Indeed, as the organizers – Anda&Fala – Interpretação Cultural – describe their initiative, “here, the work is born from creative sharing, in full fusion with nature, culture and local community”. Using various techniques, many artists referred to the relationship and interaction between human and nature, highlighting certain elements – water, earth, air – and harmoniously integrating their interventions in the public space.
Public Art Circuit
Installations, murals and performances in streets, squares and buildings of São Miguel island.
Labuenaylamala / Photo via the artist
Ephemeral Reminder. From Air – To Sea (2014), Susana Aleixo Lopes/ Photo via the artist
Vista sobre o arvoredo (2014), Jorge Santos / Photo via the artist
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The major laboratory of the festival and the meeting point between creators and the public. A work and creation space that hosts the majority of program activities, as well as the Special Projects and the “Drawing” Collective Exhibition.
Christos Voutichtis / Photo: Rui Soares via Walk&Talk