performance_FORA TEMER 2015
"The coup d'état was the inaugural episode in a devastating process that has already lasted three years. For its outcome and subsequent actions, it had the strategic contribution of the punitive justice system, Lava Jato, which, under the argument of targeting corruption, wounded the 1988 Constitution, struck at the democratic rule of law and imposed the enemy's justice as the rule. The secondary effect of this plot was the destruction of the center and center-right parties, which gave in to the temptation of a coup d'état. This is what enabled the clearing of the partisan terrain so necessary for Bolsonaro's ultra-right to flourish, like a solitary plant, in the 2018 election. However, the final and decisive weapon was the condemnation, imprisonment and banning of Lula's candidacy for the presidency in order to ensure Bolsonaro's election. The appointment of Judge Sérgio Moro to the Ministry of Justice is embarrassing proof of this scheme."
Dilma Vana Rousseff
This politico-aesthetic action discusses Brazil's political context in 2016, a coup d'état camouflaged by far-right political articulations, Temer is Brazil's new president; Dilma is removed from power.
Starting with an action-performance in front of Rio de Janeiro city hall, the cleaning of Portuguese stones announcing FORA TEMER recalls the dirtiness of the politics of a coup d'état in the mid-2000s.
Washing away Brazil's political crisis, this action proposes interactions with the city's inhabitants, This political-aesthetic action discusses Brazil's political context in 2016, a coup d'état camouflaged by far-right political articulations, Temer is Brazil's new president; Dilma is removed from power.