Lorenzo Fusi - chief curator at the Palazzo delle Papesse - asked some questions to José Domasceno who, together with Angela Detanico and Rafael Lain is representing Brazil at the 52nd Venice Biennale. The conversation you may listen to here is about Brazil, its culture and the legacy of the Nineteenth Century Brazilian sculpture - first encountered in Lygia Clark's Lygia Page's and Helio Oiticica's work and echoed in Damasceno's own practice. 

José Damasceno, Viagem a? Lua 1997 2007 - in the background: Cartograma 1999 2007. Photo: Haupt&Binder

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