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 © luis pisco (
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5 photo(s)
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created on 13-04-2011
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... of surrounding areas
The suburbs of Porto have a personality of its own, entirely distinct from the surrounding areas of other major cities. The urban growth are associated with local history side by side with rural heritage and rural spaces. The rurality emerges in a sinuous way resisting the advance of modernity.
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 © luis pisco (
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5 photo(s)
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created on 20-03-2011
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A song, a manifesto posted on Facebook and 800 comments was enough to move about 350.000 people of all ages who on last March 12 2011 in several portuguese cities spoke out their unhappiness an revolt against unemployment, low incomes and the lack of expectation in the future.
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 © luis pisco (
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0 photo(s)
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created on 18-03-2011
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A song, a manifesto posted on Facebook and 800 comments were enough to move about 350,000 people of all ages who on last March 12, 2011 in several portuguese cities spoke out their unhappiness and revolt  with unemployment,  low incomes and especially the lack expectations in the future.


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Project:
 © luis pisco (
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7 photo(s)
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created on 25-11-2010
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dark cities and vacant buildings

started as a project on urban abandonment, that evolved into a personal journal about my daily walking around 

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Project:
 © luis pisco (
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10 photo(s)
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created on 01-09-2010
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During the World Cup 2006, the House of Music, Porto,  promoted at the Pedro Hispano Hospital a  of musical workshop with children and adults interned in that unit of health. The participants were guided by Tim Steiner, Samantha Mason, with the participation of Tom Rainer, David Harrison.

In elapsing of these sessions the Portuguese patients and the English musicians had improvised/composed a hymn of praise to the Portuguese national team and had given freedom to its poetical vein, with the collective writing of the following lyric of deep poetical pendor:

Go aheadPortugal/ You have  no equal one/ United we win the cup/ and the others not even raise/ We even eat them (if necessary)/ Just show us your race/Choir: Deco, Maniche, Good Death and Figo Costinha, Ricardo Carvalho Romaldo…

It was a unforgettable and unique afternoon.

Matosinhos, 2006


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