The work The city in my mind or the fear of my sky by Flávio Andrade reveals a persistent search for the guts of life in the urban space. His interest in the city as a secluded place of the real allows him to travel through imaginary geographies, where the places make inhabit characters who occupy tasks marked by the drive of desire. As Flávio says, these characters “imagined in the city or in the countryside, are above all in my head”, now conditioned by the vicissitudes of daily life, sometimes marked by the presence of a fear that overcomes...
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