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Memórias de uma (H)era

Memórias de uma (H)era by Paulo Lourenço is an exhibition that shows the limits of serigraphy and the plastic and three-dimensional capacity it can acquire when taken to the extreme. Besides the vegetal and phytomorphic motifs, Lourenço adds the marks of a long process -...

Memórias de uma (H)era by Pau...

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Amadora-3, by Diogo Brito

In Diary of a Bad Year, J. M. Coetzee wrote something like “we are not born outside a State”. Or something like that.When we are born, we are given a number, an address, a name, a nationality, an ID. Without having any chance from birth, a...

In Diary of a Bad Year, J. M....

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Leite Derramado

Life’s irreversibility is parallel to the force of the present. Life is driven, changed and commanded by the present, without recourse, retreat, renewal. At most, there is a transitory or preparatory hiatus, which precedes the next action. This is sometimes established by universal, systematic or...

Life’s irreversibility is pa...

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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...

Between the scale and weight o...

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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...

The death of the gods starts w...

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