The documentary about Tânia Carvalho and Matthieu Ehrlacher’s musical creation is online

22 May 2022

When multidisciplinary artist Tânia Carvalho and performer and musician Matthieu Ehrlacher come together, they are called Papillons d’Éternité.

Sharing the stage at the 3rd edition of the BoCA Biennial with Rancho Folclórico da Casa do Minho, at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, and with Rancho Folclórico de Faro, at Teatro Lethes, the duo finds starting points — notes, sounds, melodies or harmonies — in traditional Portuguese music and builds his own versions from them. Here with the Chinese instrument erhu and a saxophone, Tânia Carvalho and Matthieu Ehrlacher depart from tradition to present it with a more experimental and improvised character.

This is the 8th documentary in a series of 10 documentaries about 10 projects that were part of the 3rd edition of the BoCA Biennial. To watch here, on FacebookIGTV or YouTube da BoCA.