Each Path is a Poem

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When the sight of the street “un-desensitizes” before the unexpected poem on the sidewalk, each corner becomes the opportunity of fate, the chance to find a dramaturgy, to discover new senses, to formulate new daily scenes.

We walk through the city no longer counting the minutes that flow from our wrists, but looking for poetry alive in the shared spaces. Therefore, we invite to participate in the experience “Cada caminho é um poema (Each path is a poem)”, a film talked over the streets of the Southern Commercial Sector, a stroll through the words of the collective Group Transverso, via an audioguided visit. The Collective Group Transverso was created in 2011 with the purpose of researching, developing and performing poetic interventions in the public space. Since then it has been working with urban art and poetry, from techniques such as stencil, “lambe-lambe, graphite, projection, performance, creation of monuments, among others.

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