The art show presents four works that identify details of the city that almost always go unnoticed while looking inattentive. The created narratives take as raw material a variety of perceptions: the way our body transits in space, small graphic patterns detached from a sea of visual information, the invisible electromagnetic energy that inhabits the urban environment and urban contrasts translated into image and sound . Dividing Lines is a project developed by the British collective Marshmallow Laser Feast, an initiative of SESI-SP and the British Council. The activity also included a workshop for a group of Brazilian artists selected by invitation. The schedule of the show also brings a discussion table with the other participating artists, who will also minister three workshops.
As one of the selected 15 artists, I worked during two weeks in mapping and scanning the city of São Paulo with the group Marshmallow Laser Feast. The activities included the 3D scanning for important buildings of São Paulo, like Copan, using Faro equipment; the research about the history of places and theirs stories; the productions of panoramic images for virtual reality; following the instructions and lectures about virtual reality and physical computing; learning about softwares like Autopano.Giga and Go Pro.