Mortuary Portraits

year

2017

MEDIUM

VIDEO AND INSTALATION

LOCATION

SÃO PAULO

The Night Café (French: Le Café de nuit) is an oil painting created by Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh in September 1888 in Arles. Its title is inscribed lower right beneath the signature. The painting is owned by Yale University and is currently held at the Yale

PROJECT

“Lost & Found” by Hifa Cybe, figure, the consumer society, capitalism and its excesses, divergence between capital and labor, environmental degradation, intensification of social inequalities and, finally, the extinction of human values. The scenario has a post-apocalyptic aspect, where people in a degrading nature, seek each other in order to see the other, however, they are blind. The name "Lost and Found" refers to departments of forgotten objects in establishments.

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Performers: Bernardo Mendes, Candice Cruvinel, Danilo Rosa, Erica Ko, Gregorio Canderolo, Jackeline Weiga, Janaina Carrer, Jessica Mancini, Joana Darc, Paloma Mendes

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