Duchamp is a frog that has lost the ability to jump. Mondrian is a snake that gives yoga classes. John Cage is a mouse that plays chess and is devoted to mushroom foraging. A yoga studio, a video, and a chronology that relates abstract art to leisure. In this exhibition, mushrooms become musical instruments, the stones on a wall are piano keys, butterflies are born from books. Priscila Fernandes moves in multiple directions. She tells us a story by analogies and uses juxtaposition to create a transitory world where an alternative history is sketched out. Priscila Fernandes plays with modern art myths, entertainment, and the desire to create without restrictions, with a jump that pulls us out of indifference.

With the kind support of Stichting Droom en Daad, Gulbenkian Foundation and Sismógrafo.