Confronting the absolute objectivity of sophisticated measurements to the inherent subjectivity of human behavior translates here into a deconstruction-reconstruction process of the mapping.
At D0, silhouettes dance all around Itaperuna pieces and the Muria river flooding. Graffiti photographed on the walls of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, symbolize the urban life through its political commitment and cultural traditions.
At D+, the silhouettes, the graffiti, the river vanish in time. Only the city remains but the three parts have lost what made their territorial integrity. Suspended in a void, the pieces question the meaning of mapping ephemerality and how it may influence our understanding of urban resilience.
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