Originally conceived as a private residence, the Serralves Villa and the surrounding Park were commissioned by the 2nd Count of Vizela, Carlos Alberto Cabral. Designed and constructed between 1925 and 1944, the Villa is considered the most notable example of an Art Deco building in Portugal. In 1996 it was classified as a ‘Building of Public Interest’. In 2012, the ensemble of the architectural and natural heritage of the Serralves Foundation was accorded the status of National Monument.
Nominoë is a collective united around a project of cinema performances that refers to the work of collective projection.
In their recent work, "Colours”, the collective uses simple methods of artistic research into the additive processes of colours and trichromatic vision. Just like the image, the sound system is made up of three speakers distributed in the space. "Colours” proposes to us a direct approach to light and sound: the spectator is thus immersed in an intense experience of sensations.