130 x 191 x 3 cm – 2020 (Private Collection)


The work portrays an urban scene in the Brazilian city of São Paulo, in the scenario is evidenced the Square Liberdade (Square Freedom), highlighting one of the most important festivals of Japanese culture that takes place annually, the Tanabata Matsuri.

The representation of human figures through the blurred image is inspired by the photography technique called Motion Blur and, with this technique, the blurred images are opposed to the classcicist background

This duality between the concrete image and the ephemeral reinforces a feeling of absence, a feeling that is present in our current pandemic times, because although we are all connected we are also separated from each other.