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Lisboa (September 2015)
former MacGuffin device

'Lisboa' is a series objects that are central to a true story that unfolded in Lisbon, in September 2015. Two characters are criss-crossing the city, while an unstoppable mechanism continuously propagates an infinite number of objects that relate to the story as it unfolds.

Although the mechanism is hidden to the characters of the story, both are attempting to prevent any such mechanism from occurring, while each is blaming the other for the very existence of the mechanism itself.

A small selection of 3,600 of said infinite amount of objects is preserved in material form for posterity as stack 001 (1 - 300); stack 002 (301 - 600); stack 003 (701 - 900); stack 004 (901 - 1,200); stack 005 (1,201 - 1,500); stack 006 (1,501 - 1,800); stack 007 (1,801 - 2,100); stack 008 (2,101 - 2,400); stack 009 (2,401 - 2,700); stack 010 (2,701 - 3,000); stack 011 (3,001 - 3,300); stack 011 (3,301 - 3,600);

type:
serial collection of image objects
dimensions:
12 objects , 71 x 147.5 x 17 mm each; briefcase: 450 x 320 x 100 mm
material:
300 individual serial image objects (per stack)
exhibited at:
Roundabout.LX; Lisbon, Portugal; 24 - 30 September 2015
related:
Lisbon (visual story concept)
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