José Trigueiros


Born in 1985 in Barcelos, Portugal. Lives and works in Barcelona, Spain.

He graduate in 2008 inArtistic Studies (cinema, theatre and music) at the University of Coimbra and achieved in 2012 a Masters degree in Development of Film Projects by The Film and Audiovisual School of Catalonia (ESCAC) as guest and prize student.

DUST OF NOTHING
Disorder is an antonym. It exists because word order already existed. The concept of order was not an invention. It came spontaneously. Religion imposed order, policy proposed order, economy adulterated and sold order. Inevitably, everything that is imposed ceases to be necessary. Only this way are inventions produced, because any invention is the antonym of everything we know. We know order, therefore we invented disorder. In this sense, each one of us, cowardly or elegantly, appreciates disorderly conduct. This is the way of the characters in Dust of Nothing, disorderly beings at your order.

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