Abrantes, Portugal. 2016
The word «Transiçao» (transition), written in the cloister of the former Convent of Sâo Domingos, now converted into a library, speaks about the passage of time: nothing is eternal and everything is transformed.

In a small street in the center of Abrantes, we find the word «Silencio» (silence), which brings us to the Portuguese calm portrayed by the poet Mário Rui Cordeiro in his poem «Paixao das viajes.»
  • This project was carried out in July 2016, as part of the180º Creative Camp.
  • Thanks to the Abrantes City Hall for letting us conquer their streets, Luis Souza and Luis Fernandes for flooding Abrantes with culture, and all the workshop attendees who contributed their bit to the final piece.
  • Photos by Boa Mistura