The works of Gustavo Speridião are governed by the idea of Kino-Glaz, of Russian avant-garde cinema that can be roughly translated by “cinema-eye”. His actions focus on the idea that the artistic medium should imitate the human eye, using this technique to explore situations of daily life. His practice includes drawings, collages, paintings, installations and sculptures. His work is characterized by witty juxtapositions, attention to language, framing and color; criticizes and engages with the history of art and contemporary culture.

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