Espacio/Jhannia Castro, in Porto, presents the exhibition “Transa Baladas do último sol“. The exhibition is integrated into the calendar of simultaneous openings of Miguel Bombarda. Ângela Berlinde [ Porto, PT, 1975 ] dives into her archive to extract poetic forms from the cartographic conjuncture that led her to inhabit, in the last decade, two lands intrinsically connected by the expansionism of modern history: her homeland, Portugal, and her mestizo son, Brazil. TRANSA gives the name to Ângela Berlinde’s show at Espacio / Jhannia Castro and appears as a motto for a reflection on contemporary existence, threatened by the limbo and brutality of the colonization processes that are now reversing. The Earth, in this suspended time, seems to echo a deaf cry that brings together all the civilizing forces together – the repressive and the subordinate, those of majority history and minorities, the woman, the black, the indigenous, the colonizer. In the vastness of the Amazon rainforest, TRANSA invites us to an aesthetic and existential dance across the hybridism of photography, surprising us with indigenous myths, as an embodiment of the...
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