BoCA is a biennial of contemporary arts that takes place in the cities of Lisbon and Porto, with expansion of its activities to other Portuguese and foreign cities. The second edition of BoCA is taking place between March 15 and April 30, 2019, simultaneously, in the cities of Lisbon, Porto and Braga.
Angélica Liddell, Marlene Monteiro Freitas, Pedro Barateiro, Horácio Frutuoso, Meg Stuart, Jonathas de Andrade, INMUNE - National Institute of Black Women in Portugal, Jonas & Lander, Marina Abramovic, Jonathan Saldanha, William Forsythe, Vasya Run, Tania Bruguera ... these are just some of the names gathered in the second edition of BoCA, which is now returning to Lisbon, Porto and Braga, to provoke, reinforce or reformulate improbable relations.
At the BoCA 2019, the intention is to sediment structural concepts and a practice of its own through synergies drawn between cities, cultural facilities, artistic territories and between different publics.
In Braga, spaces such as the gnration, Casa dos Crivos, Museu da Imagem or the Dom Diogo de Sousa Museum (among others) will serve as host for a series of exhibitions, performances and installations of video art, plastic arts and audiovisual in the customized program for the Northern Portuguese city.