This exhibition tries to make a double reading on the city. Things Standing Still
tries to make present the idea of something having an effect without us knowing.
The show is organized in two parts: the first one, a video, which gives the title to the show, is a compilation of the particular imagery seen in the Portuguese modernist neighborhood built during the 40´s in Lisbon.
Tthe second one, The Hills of Buda
, is composed by two elements, a fake wall and a silkscreen series quoting The Eight Varieties of Photographic Vision
by Moholy-Nagy. Consequently, Things Standing Still
implies the questioning of the permanence of ideas trough form.