Nazare Soares (Spain), granted a Masters Degree in Fine Art from Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2017. She graduated from Brighton University with a First-class degree in Moving Image Arts in 2014; as part of this course, she spent three months studying in Ramallah at the Academy of Art of Palestine. She spent a year from 2006 living and working in Tokyo, after which she moved to Brighton. Currently, she is the co-founder of the Art Association Invisibledrum based in Norway. Her work has been exhibited at numerous art venues and festivals worldwide, including amongst others, Art & Science Museum of Singapore, Metamorf Art & Technology Biennale, Museum of Contemporary Art of Ethiopia, Brighton Museum, Indian Habitat Centre, Trondheim Kunstmuseum and Sonar Music & Technology Festival of Barcelona.


My recent works are created from studying the essence of cinema elsewhere, outside of the form that is traditionally defined, investigating concepts of Interior Cinema and topographies of imagination. The study called When the Spell is Broken, founded in 2014, is developed from my interest in systems of communication, mediation and translation processes within ontologies of the cinematic space. I have developed a conceptual and methodological framework that interweaves technology, cinema, and animist practices; a study on the notion of anachronism and its entanglements to light and sound; ontology and hauntology, spirit and spectre.

Interior Cinema is designed as a type of shelter; a speculative device, a womb-like-cave machine from where to go back to the feminine energy of origins. Interior Cinema is conceived as a hybrid space that allows for an interdisciplinary connectivity, where suspension of cinematic states is entered from kinetic rhythms and topological dynamics.  This experience involves embodied cognition in the realm of the arts. The technological space (device) facilitates a full body and senses experience immersion through cinematic processes of integration and navigation.This approach is rooted in emancipatory views through spatial knowledge: physical, imagined and psychoacoustic spaces.

I am the co-founder of Invisibledrum, Artist’s association investigating the correlation between the technology of shamanism;  interconnectedness and intra-action of reception and transmission phenomena through animistic system.