Octávio Camargo is a composer and theater director, engaged in interdisciplinary actions related to art and activism. He has been teaching Aesthetics and Harmony at the University of Arts in Parana (EMBAP), Brazil, since 1992. His work explores a diversity of fields, from music composition, theatrical presentations, and impromptu actions, such as “Pé com Cabeca” (performance 1995), “Ao redor da mesa” (theatre play 1999), “Oraculo do momento” (installation 2000), “Os Lusíadas” (performance 2000). Since December 2002 he has directed performances of dramatic enunciation of the Epic poetry of Homer (Ilíada de Homero). Camargo is associate editor of Surface Tension Supplements and conceptual activist for Errant Bodies Projects.