Interludes is a series originated from a research that has been going on since 2012, and that presents artworks featured by long time photography and video capturing.

 

Through visual and sound landscapes modifications, the series speaks about the deconfiguration of the traditional and linear notion of time, using fragmented and uncommon narratives. Day and night blend and one cannot certainly distinguish dusk from dawn, as a parallel of what happens to us nowadays, when we are asked to experience diverse times simultaneously without being ready to deal with this subversion of temporality classical notions.

 

This work also deals with the idea of frontiers stretching and dilution. Not only time but audiovisual media and languages borders as well, given the hybrid character of video works, which blend static and moving images.

 

Interludes presents itself at a time where realities, or truth, are increasingly more difficult to be determine, affecting our ways of seeing and contemplating and cracking our view. Or views.

> INTERLUDE #2 | video 

:: Interlude #2, 2017HD video (16:9) with 10”28’ played on loop projected or exhibited on a 30 or more inches monitor.

> INTERLUDE #2 | photographs

> INTERLUDE #1 | video 

:: Interlude #1, 2017 - HD video (16:9) with 12”06’ played on loop projected or exhibited on a 30 or more inches monitor.

> INTERLUDE #1 | photographs