Filipe Pereira is a choreographer, performer and floral designer. As a choreographer he created Hale – study for an artificial organism (2012), in collaboration with Aleksandra Osowicz, Helena Ramírez, Inês Campos and Matthieu Ehrlacher, What remains of what has passed, Letting Nature take over us again (2013), and New Creation (2017) in collaboration with Teresa Silva.

As a performer he took part in Companhia and Projecto Continuado (2015) by João dos Santos Martins, Da Nova Arte de fazer Ruínas by Beatriz Cantinho, In a manner of speaking by Dinis Machado, The same but slightly different and Out of any Present by Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz, Rien n’est établi by Martine Pisani, Liars by Inês Jacques, Planes and Floor of the Forest with the Trisha Brown Dance Company, Ring by Félix Ruckert, Matrioska by Tiago Guedes and Icosahedron by Tânia Carvalho.

In 2017 he was an associated artist of O Espaço do Tempo. He has been developing creative work with flowers, as decorative objects and installations,

Teresa Silva has been working as a choreographer and performer since 2008. She studied at the National Conservatory Dance School and completed the Lisbon Poly-Technical Higher School of Dance and the Choreographic Creation, Dance Research and Training Programme at Forum Dança. In 2011 she was awarded the DanceWEB Scholarship with the mentoring of Boyzie Cekwana and Isabelle Schad, with a grant from Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.

Her creations include Ocooo; A vida enorme/La vie en or co-created with Maria Lemos; Leva a mão que eu levo o braço and Um Espanto não se Espera, both created in collaboration with Elizabete Francisca; Conquest, a solo adaptation of a Deborah Hay choreography, commissioned by Fundação de Serralves; and Letting Nature take over us again, What remains of what has passed and New Creation co-created with Filipe Pereira.

As a performer, she has worked with Marco d’Agostin, Loïc Touzé, Liz Santoro & Pierre Godard, David Marques, Rita Natálio, Tiago Guedes, Luís Guerra, Tânia Carvalho, Ana Borralho & João Galante, Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz and Mariana Tengner Barros, among others. Between 2011 and 2014, she was an associated artist of Materiais Diversos and in 2017 she was an associated artist of O Espaço do Tempo.