(ready made video, 2016)
Inspired by a Hungarian project, this is a series of
three video ads created for the Brazilian publisher
Confraria do Vento, where classic characters of
commercial cinema read Portuguese language poets: John
Rambo reads Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Agent Smith
reads Fernando Pessoa and Hannibal Lecter reads Vinicius de
In the middle of the way
(visual poem, 2016)
visual poem created for SONS, Belgian contemporary art
museum dedicated to the shoes. The work is a ready made
using verses of Carlos Drummond de Andrade and Anne
Sexton. From Drummond, it was used the poem "There
was a stone in the middle of
the road" transposed into English and repeated in the
background; From the American poet, it was used the first
two lines of the poem "Hurry up
compose the two shoe soles: "What is death I ask" forms the
left footprint and "what is life you ask" (in inverted
writing ) forms the right footprint.
Paradas em movimento (multimedia
art installation, 2011)
created for the digital exhibition
Movimento", at Centro Cultural São Paulo.
on the table
(multimedia art instalation, 2011)
A multimedia poem-installation remotely controlled.
Having as reference only a webcam in a room
covered with projections, the author was "present"
full-time at Centro Cultural São
Paulo, manipulating poetry through
sounds and images directly from Spain, and interacting
with everyone who "approaches". The performance was
intended to highlight the "bug : god" unknown and
automaton that acts behind the digital paraphernalia and
ask about the place of the artist in the the virtual
Slightly inspired by the magic squares of
the Middle Ages,
this sonnet-polyhedron tries to replicate the prismatic
effetc of a polished gem.
Its verses can be read from left
to right and from top to bottom, in
no particular order.
You can skip the lines and continue horizontally/vertically
from where the previous line ended. The combinations are
endless. M-A has
also created an html version
the original poem.
the original poem
the html version
Multitubetexture (web, 2008)
virtual-text-experiment, whose principle is
the use of the interface of a blog or website to
series of youtube videos running simultaneously. Each
multitubetexture is a
separate interactive poem.