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gap, 2018


VÃO (or how to discuss privilege through games of luck and chance), is a diptych with two parallel labyrinths, each one with a path that composes a game that takes place from crossings and encounters of white and black bodies.

By coming across symbolic words, such as 'origin', 'memory', and 'family tree' one can realize the differences of the confrontations imposed on these bodies. Hegemony is called into question when power relations are revealed through trajectories. The relationship between the field of image and words merges into a symbolic potential of understanding a political system through play.

silkscreen, embroidery, collage, typography,

painting and drawing on fabric,

155 x 77 cm each

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