London emotions Part 1 9:52 minutes
Artist name: Eduardo Bragança

Exploring the questioning and people emotions is what this documentary series are all about. Considering that nowadays spiritual practice is more and more overcome with daily routines, allowing that the same routines prevail on interior thoughts and spiritual thinking, the questioning about a deeper thought may allow us to have a different look or conduct our lives. Have you ever thought about conducting your life in that direction? have you ever made something that may become eternal? can we only base, Love, as the only thing that we can leave over times? can that be eternal? what do we contribute for this inheritance? 60 people where questioned in a note card showing a misspelling word and no one has made a repair, was this question so deep than any other thought? was the camera more important for focusing than any other reflex or repair? can anybody really notice what was written? Are people connected to us? or connected to themselves? I leave it here the reflection and the note of the misspelled word: “What is eternal for you and what yould you like it to be?

Eduardo Bragança, lives and works in Porto, Portugal, born in Porto in 1974. Made a degree in fashion and footwear design, working in this fields over six years dealing with internacional markets, Later redirects his work to other fields of design, communication design and advertisement design. The universe of painting appears in a global context of communication and use of these same tools for disturbance of his percipient habits, participating in an alternative reality and interaction with his ideas. In 2005, after his first public appearance, immediately gets the recognition of the public, being invited to belong on the Portuguese National Film library in the archive of Plastic Artists, also, gets an invitation from an independent agent, to be represented in Greece and Cyprus. His doubts, His dithers, with fragments of existential situations, questioned him to experiment diverse assays of representation from this artistic reality, developing a plastic language with references to the figurative and abstract expressionism. Loaded of iconographic symbolism and written language, his work show us his unquiet doubts about human relations, using a special symbology and prominence references that appeal to an emotionality.


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