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to Sept 26 | SCULPTURE EXHIBIT | Rodrigo Gomes: Whispering Mirrors | 2€

August 6, 2021 @ 12:00 - 18:00

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An event every week that begins at 12:00 on Sunday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until September 26, 2021


Have you been looking for a new way to configure space and time, thus refuting its apparent linearity and predictability? That’s funny, so have we! And, it turns out, so has local artist Rodrigo Gomes… We’ll just let The New Art Fest and Carpintarias de São Lázaro, organizers of his new show ‘Whispering Mirrors,’ tell you the rest:
“After becoming the winner of the Black Raven Award (prize awarded by The New Art Fest), with the artwork ‘Ariane,’ a deepfake video that discusses the diffusion and consumption of images, as well as the possibilities operated by artificial intelligence and the way in which contemporary technique and hypertechnology filters reality to give us new simulacral realities apparently unnoticed in everyday life, Rodrigo Gomes (Faro, PT, 1991) now introduces us to ‘Whispering Mirrors.’

Curated by David Revés, this project presents a wide range of new sculptures by the artist that can be constituted in the exhibition space as organic realities independent of their viewer, developing their own modes of existence and visibility.

This exhibition will present an immersive, reflective and specular environment will be created capable of equating the subjective relationships of the body with technical and its multimedia terminals, proposing new configurations of space and time, thus refuting its apparent linearity and predictability.”

Show Opening: August 6, 16h-21h. pm to 9 pm (FREE ADMISSION at opening only)

Exhibition hours: Thursday to Sunday, 12h – 18h.

Show up until Sept 26.

ENTRY: 2€.

In the meantime, here’s ‘Ariane.’


August 6, 2021
12:00 - 18:00
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Carpintarias de São Lázaro
R. de São Lázaro 72, 1150-199 Lisboa, Portugal
Lisboa, Lisboa 1150-199 Portugal
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