Photos: Francele Cocco

Artist book composed by nine essays. The work articulates links between technopolitics and the environment from a Brazilian perspective, unveiling forces operating for a “silicolonization” of the world. The starting essay is sparked by a video recorded on Bolsonaro’s inauguration day, when supporters attacked a television reporter by shouting “Whatsapp, Whatsapp, Facebook, Facebook”. The discontents contained in that popular manifestation, in which social networks gain an intimate counterpower informational status, led to the study of the many devastations in place: that of the environment, the political relations and the very identity of a country.


Artist Book
22 x 15 cm, no spine, varied techniques

Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA), Spain
Internet&Sociedade Magazine, Brazil
BaixaCultura, Brazil

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