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Musa Paradisiaca: Views on Misunderstanding
by Musa paradisiaca

Views on Misunderstanding is the first monograph of Musa paradisiaca’s work spanning its universe to-date. Richly illustrated, and composed using a process of accretion of works realised in different media — sculptural, pictorial, textual, or sound based — the images establish dialogues that would otherwise be inaudible. Conveying a series of voices gathered from and around Musa paradisiaca, the publication includes newly commissioned essays by Caustrino Jesus de Alcântara, Sofia Lemos, Maria Filomena Molder, Marco Pasi and Claudia Pestana, as well as short-form dialogues between Elfi Turpin, Filipa Oliveira, Luís Silva and João Mourão.
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Language: English, Portuguese
Size: 210 × 297
Pages: 200
Illustrations: Color illustrations
Format: Softcover
ISBN: 9783964360083

Editor: Musa paradisiaca Eduardo Guerra, Miguel Ferrão, Sofia Lemos and Claudia Pestana
Texts: Caustrino Jesus de Alcântara, Sofia Lemos, Maria Filomena Molder, João Mourão, Marco Pasi, Claudia Pestana, Filipa Oliveira, Luís Silva, Elfi Turpin
Designer: Raquel Pinto
Co-publisher: Galeria Municipal do Porto

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