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JOSÉ BRAGANÇA DE MIRANDA

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Let us imagine a utopian situation in which the earth's surface would be covered by a layer of asphalt and become an immense smooth and black space. It could have aesthetic value, but it would be more a sign of an arrogance of domination, implying an absolute power of the human over the earth. Now, the roots of the trees that bend and bend the asphalt of the roads, the plants that live in the interstices of the stones of the walls of the monuments show a potency of the vegetal and the green that opens another perspective. It is a matter of welcoming that power in film and giving it space, smoothing it out in another way, but accepting a  failure.

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