Acropolis Remix | Embraces: Utopian Proximities 
The exhibition shows video art, videoperformance, animation, videodance, & video poetry, addressing in a creative and poetic way possible and impossible proximities between bodies, which can be human, natural, material or artificial, imagined and digitally conceived.
The conceptual guiding thread and reference for the exhibition are the sculptures of embraces present on the east and west pediments of the Parthenon, on the Athenian Acropolis. The Acropolis Remix proposes a remix of the diachronic cultural landscape of the Acropolis, a space disputed throughout history and in constant construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction, thus establishing dialogues with the issues of the current world, enabling multiple reinterpretations.
The exhibition Embraces: Utopian Proximities proposes, in a positive way, embraces as a reestablishment of relationships in a utopian plane. Examples of these proximities are, on the one hand, fragments of the Parthenon sculptures which are in the British Museum waiting to be reunited again in Athens in the new Acropolis Museum and, on the other hand, the contemporary utopias of embraces around common causes, such as the dreamed embrace between Israelis and Palestinians for the end of the war.
Audio Visual Advisor & Video Editor
Alya Ola Abbas
The Third Third
Reload of the Switch
Apos & Daniel Loureiro
Be a Man
A Pieta of a Semitome
Fear in Your Eyes
Felipe Negreiros & Julio Santa Cecília
Grand Tour – A film in-debt(ed)
Gilberto Junio da Silva & Heloísa Lage Sudano Ribeiro
Giovana Gabriela Barros & Igor da Silva
Guido Nosari De Danieli
Star and Cross
Manifesto ao Abraço
Mateus Torquato & Matheus Freitas
Dá-me a tua Mão
Hug Soon Comes
Romashka Does Something
Flowers Cure Souls
Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de Minas Gerais (FAPEMIG) (Foundation of Support Research of the State of Minas Gerais – FAPEMIG), Brazil.
PAPq – Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais
Graduate Program in Arts, Minas Gerais State University (UEMG), Brazil.
Acropolis Remix was showcased as Pavilion and Embassy at The Wrong Biennale 5