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Irreversível | Irreversible 2019
exposição | exhibition, Paiol da Cultura do Inpe, Manaus 2019
série Barragens | Dams series 2019
27 maços de folhas da floresta Amazônica costuradas umas nas outras. Cada um faz referência a uma usina hidrelétrica construída ou planejada na bacia Amazônica.
27 bunches of Amazon forest leaves sown together with a red thread that hangs them on the wall. Besides each bundle the handwritten name of a hydroelectric dam built or planned in the Amazon basin, with the construction date and river.
Installation at Paiol da cultura Inpe, Manaus, leaves and thread. Wall
9 x 2,20 m.
Série Irreversível | Irreversible
Fotos das árvores mortas na represa de Balbina, um dos maiores desastres ecológicos no Brasil. impressão sobre tecido voile.
Photos of dead trees at Balbina dam, one of the worst ecological disasters in Brazil. Large format prints on voile fabric.

Installation at Paiol da Cultura, Inpe, Manaus.
Série Irreversível | Irreversible
Fotos das árvores mortas na represa de Balbina, um dos maiores desastres ecológicos no Brasil. impressão sobre tecido voile.
Photos of dead trees at Balbina dam, one of the worst ecological disasters in Brazil. Large format prints on voile fabric.

Installation at Paiol da Cultura, Inpe, Manaus.
Irreversible series 2019
Photo on voile fabric.
Installation at Z42 Gallery, Rio de Janeiro.
Pictures of the dead trees at Balbina hydroelectric dam, Amazonas.
Venal Series | Balbina, 2018
Organic bio dye on tree.
Installation at the Balbina Hydroelectric Dam, Amazon | considered one of the biggest ecological disaster in Brazil.
Venal Series | Epecuen 2018
Organic bio dye on tree.
Installation at Villa Epecuen, Argentina | Flooded for human interference with nature in 1985.
Escape Routes
2016, acrylic, nylon thread, installation as Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, South Korea. The work comprises sculptures, a sound piece and a scrolling text on a monitor. The red lines are the drawings of borders recent (2016) refugees have to cross in order to evade from famine, war, violence, political and religious intolerance, totalitarian repressive regimes, etc.
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