Reproductions of “artworks” which come with a glossary create a new perspective, add another meaning, or simply mix up the first meaning when facing what was initially appropriated by the artist.
DiMoDA 3.0 - 3LD, New York, June 2018. Work on display by Shane Mecklenburger.
Painting on the walls of a rock shelter in the city of Carrancas/MG (© LAPID).
contidonãocontido exhibition - Museu de Arte Moderna Aloisio Magalhães, 2010.
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil - Rio de Janeiro, 2011.
JOÃO ME-PRO-METEO, Um-PEXi (Elpídio Malaquias, synthetic enamel on chipboard, 1992) - access in augmented reality
The processes that culminated in the independence of the former European colonies affected disciplines that, directly or indirectly, legitimized colonial power. The New Museology movement provoked actions that brought the museum closer to the community, making it possible to include groups related to the safeguarded collections within the institutions.
In opposition to the objects collected from the rubble of Providência, the archaeological finds that a century ago had been thrown there as leftovers now performed singularity, flaunting the strength of those who, in a gesture of insubmission to gravity and oblivion, had returned to the surface.
Fragmentos Rítmicos (Dionísio del Santo, oil on canvas, 1995) - access in augmented reality
Map of the exhibition route across the Museum of Removals (© Luiz Claudio Silva / Museum of Removals collection).