The project Face In the Hole aims to dissociate political discourse from political image and inspire critical thought.
The first piece was exhibited at Tate Modern's Blavatnkik Building in London as part of the Come Together: Art and Politics in a climate of unrest: with Central Saint Martins. For more information visit insta account and for project pdf please
Face In The Hole 2019. Wood, Paper. Print. 200 cm x 100 cm
The Art of Fake News Exhibition
Group exhibition at the Rich Mix, London.
21st of May to 24th of June 2022
Karim Ainouz, Tete de Alencar, Mario Brandão, Marcos Chaves, Face in the Hole, Alison Jackson, Mercedes Lachmann, Flora McLean, Andrea Rocha, Luzia Simons, Tetine, Tim Garwood, Liz Gorman, Sergio Gurgel, Marcia Thompson, Márcia Tiburi and Jean Wyllys will be exhibited until the 24th of June.
Mirror Mirror on the Wall,
Who's the Fakest President of All,
Face in the Hole, 2022,
Glass. Plastic and Paint 27.9cm x 40.6cm
Palavras Acima de Tudo (Digital Film)
“Palavras Acima de Tudo” registers a Brazilian politician’s discourse throughout the years, and a 2-meter-tall piece with the words translated to English is placed in Granary Square in London.
Premiered at the Rich Mix in London, May 2022.
Text As Arena of Power
Central Saint Martins Degree Show 2019
Moving Image may become an arena of power for the written word. This installation/performance depicts my own artistic process and investigations parallel to my research, and to the current political climate.