Digital art is in São Brás and even the minister did not miss the invitation

Show runs until September 30th

Absurd micro-nations, whose limit is defined by geometry and which make us think about what is this about borders, the work “Non Human Devic 02” and the play “Future Sound of São Brás”, where the public is invited to enter a room to hear the characteristic sounds of this village. This is what you can find in the exhibition “The map and the territory”, inaugurated this Friday, July 3, at the Arts and Crafts Center of São Brás de Alportel, with the presence of Graça Fonseca, Minister of Culture.

The government official, accompanied by André Azevedo, Secretary of State for the Digital Transition, traveled to the Algarve to inaugurate this digital art exhibition featuring works by the Spaniard Ruben Lucas and the Boris Chimp 504 project that brings together artists Miguel Neto and Rodrigo Carvalho .

The exhibition, entirely dedicated to digital art and featuring both photographs and video installations, is part of the Zero Museum project, which will be born in Santa Catarina da Fonte do Bispo, in the neighboring municipality of Tavira.

“The map and the territory” is, let's say, an appetizer for what will be Museum Zero.

Vítor Guerreiro, mayor of São Brás de Alportel, thanked Graça Fonseca for being present at the inauguration, considering that a project like this “makes perfect sense”.

This exhibition will run until September 30th and can be visited from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 13:00 pm and from 14:00 pm to 17:00 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 am to 13:00 pm.

Before this inauguration in São Brás, Graça Fonseca was in Tavira, where she visited the exhibition “The Principal of the Kingdom of Algarve, Tavira in the 500th and 0th centuries” which celebrates the 0th anniversary of the elevation of Tavira to the city, including the work “D. XNUMX. PigmentXNUMXs”, commissioned by the Zero Museum.



Photos: Barbara Caetano | Sul Informação


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