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Entre Deux Eaux, by Adrien Missika

Between the scale and weight of maritime borders in global political daily life, and the evidence of a sovereign element that sweeps everything in its different flows and currents, Entre Deux Eaux, by Adrien Missika, presents a geological era that calls for political and scientific...

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Deep Line, by Nuno Sousa Vieira

The death of the gods starts with the birth of the sciences as founding, factual and fundamental disciplines of the being.Meanwhile, the death of magical thought bifurcated in the death of the gods and an approach to the poetic and phenomenological thought – here, no...

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Archive of Destruction, by Pedro Lagoa

Archive of Destruction is a constellation of images, excerpts, documents and files that portrays the paradox of archiving that which supposedly goes against its mnemonic and cultural, perennial and inalienable mission. In this digital and cumulative archive, Pedro Lagoa goes through the different metaphors and...

Archive of Destruction is a co...

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Not Down in any Map

The most extraordinary journey in the history of the arts took place in the imagination of a writer: at the age of 36, Jules Verne published Journey to the Centre of the Earth, without ever having visited the site of the story, Iceland. In relation...

The most extraordinary journey...

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