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The exhibition, curated by Ursula Maria Probst, was nominated as Nr. 1 best exhibition in Vienna. More than 16.500 people had visited it. It features my piece Multitude (Favela da Maré, 2013), with about 50 participantes in a life size projection. It was shot for the exhibition Travessias in Rio de Janeiro, after a workshop at Observatório de Favelas, in the Mare complex. While screened in Vienna it promotes a sort of shift in its meaning, considering its reception by the public in the Museumsquartier, formed mainly by european tourists.

See Welt Kompakt info at Museumsquartier website here

Lucas Bambozzi* (BRA), Fabiane M. Borges* (BRA), Marie Carangi* (BRA), Libidiunga Cardoso (BRA), Simone Carneiro (AUT/BRA), Pêdra Costa (BRA), Kadija de Paula & Chico Togni* (CAN/BRA), Giovanna Graziosi Casimiro** (BRA), Miss G (a.k.a. Giorgia Conceição) (BRA), Silvio De Camillis Borges* (BRA), Caetano Carvalho* (BRA), Maya Dikstein* (BRA/ISR), Ines Doujak (AUT), Fabiana Faleiros* (BRA), Female Obsession (GBR), Anna Jermolaewa (RUS), Jaime Lauriano (BRA)*, Daniel Lie* (BRA), Roberta Lima (BRA/AUT), MARSSARES* (BRA), Christian Kosmas Mayer (GER), Thais Medeiros* (BRA), Denise Palmieri (BRA), Dudu Quintanilha* (BRA), Camilla Rocha Campos* (BRA), Luiz Roque* (BRA), Juliana dos Santos (BRA), Axel Stockburger (GER), Giseli Vasconcelos* (BRA), Antoinette Zwirchmayr (AUT)

*Artists-in-Residence Q21/MQ

Curator: Ursula Maria Probst

trabalho de Axel Stockburger
trabalho de Jaime Lauriano
trabalho de Giovana Graziosi
trabalho de Lucas Bambozzi


Multidão na Bienal WRO


O projeto MULTIDÃO está em exibição na WRO Media Art Biennale.



Lucas Bambozzi (BR)

project supported by Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Multitude deals with fear related to the unknown and the rise and fall of the sense of collectivity. The site- and context-related project for large screens depicts the conflict between high and low culture, the individual versus the collective and offers an insight into the individual’s condition as interactor in the field of art and technology.

The WRO Media Art Biennale is the major forum for new media art in Poland, and one of the leading international art events in Central Europe. Since its inception in 1989, WRO has been presenting art forms created using new media for artistic expression and communication, exploring current creative territories and building a critical perspective toward emerging issues in art, technology and society.

Over the years, the WRO Biennales have raised a variety of questions about creative approaches to new technologies and the creative crossover realms that arise where art and science, economics and social activism intersect.


The WRO Biennale is organized by the WRO Media Art Center Foundation and WRO Art Center.

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