JOÃO ME-PRO-METEO, Um-PEXi (Elpídio Malaquias, synthetic enamel on chipboard, 1992) - access in augmented reality
"Oracles" plate - Introdução ao Terceiro Mundo, 2011.
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.
David Hall, TV Interruptions: The Installation, 1971. Video documentation of VR experience presented at Besides the Screen Conference, Kings College, London, 2018 (© Adam Lockhart).
DiMoDA 1.0 poster for Superchief gallery, 2016.
© The Kremer Museum
contidonãocontido exhibition - Museu de Arte Moderna Aloisio Magalhães, 2010.
Macrophallic amulter recovered from the fire at the National Museum (© LAPID).
Perhaps the act of appropriation has an element of appreciation, but it is much more than that. Tutorship implies concern, but such response is not the only way (or the best one) to demonstrate care.