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TO FEEL PEACE, 2023
Bogeyman series nº1

Recycled paper, fig leaves and plants

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HAPPY, BUT FATAL, 2023
Imperfect Images series nº2

Printed on handmade recycled paper(5x10cm)

INFINITE SMALL THINGS
2023
Happening

Happening where the public is invited to use cell phone flashlights to transform plastic, glass, paper or organic waste into shadows and reflections, creating visual patterns on a large scale.

Starting from the idea that all objects are infinite in their possibilities and potential, Infinite Small Things raises awareness about the need to extend the useful life of objects and personal relationships, through the reuse of waste and the development of a collective spirit. 

IMPERFECT IMAGES

FLOATING BEINGS, 2023

Cyanotype on banana leaf (10x15cm)

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IMAGINED BODY, 2021

Printed on linen (50x70cm)

Exhibited at Inshadow Festival (2021)

RAIZ, 2021

Interactive video installation

Exhibited at Alkantara, Lisbon (2022)

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MAPA-MÚNDI, 2020

Printed on linen (50x70cm)

STONE BY STONE
2020
Public installation
Stone and paper (400x400cm)
ZigurFest, Lamego
 
RGB Contemporary Art, Ourém

STONE BY STONE, 2020

Public installation (Land Art)

Exhibited at ZigurFest (2020)

Project developed at ZONA (art residency).

It was my first Land Art installation, so I decided to evoke the artist Roberth Smithson, who influenced me so much. Along the spiral, a series of photographs are pasted that, together, create a narrative that unfolds as you walk.

In a world full of information, there is little space for us to reflect on what is actually going on inside us. This project addresses this loss of ourselves and the attempt to find ourselves again. Stone by stone is how we walk through life. 

JUST A MEMORY, 2020

Video 3'16'' loop

An attempt to remember myself through a blind representation.

In addition to being a blind representation, it is also done from the back and hiding the face. The result is a primordial projection of the self.

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