The map of São Miguel island could be easily drawn as a set of patterns which cover the main streets and plazas.
Imagine a book that lights the book you’re reading at night.
A fashion store in Milan. An exhibition of a conceptual and minimalist artist, in Santander. A light festival in Barcelona. A pavement design in Lisbon. All of them, in black and white.
There’s something equally beautiful and strange in living in the Azores, right in the middle of the Atlantic.
If you graph the numbers of any system, patterns emerge.
Opposites may attract in infinite ways. Symmetry, though, can only be achieved in 17 ways. And this exact number was proved by Mr. Evgraf Fedorov in 1891.
To understand is to transform what is.
Sometimes, I wander in circles. Closed circles. Other times – in extended spirals that go, further and further, away from the point I’ve started.
‘You Say Light – I Think Shadow’ book was revealed in the shape of a light installation in itself, as pages from the book were projected on the walls of the exhibition space.