Brasil - Distrito Federal, 2010

"Vertigem" (Portuguese for Vertigo) was the first traveling museum exhibition of OSGEMEOS that took place in four cities in Brazil. It kicked off in Curitiba (South of Brasilia) in 2008, at the Oscar Niemeyer Museum. Then it went to Bank of Brazil Cultural Center in Rio de Janeiro. In only few days, the exhibition reached an inexpected number of visitors, composed of people of all ages. When "Vertigem" arrived in São Paulo, at the Museum of Brazilian Art, it had to take on different proportions, resulting in the biggest public exhibition in MAB so far. "Vertigem" headed to its last destination in 2010, in the capital of Brazil, Brasília. For the CCBB’s Glass Pavilion building and its rectangular shape and very high right foot, the artists proposed a new format - the façade was completely painted, transforming the building into a giant head. By entering the exhibition space, visitors literally got into the head of OSGEMEOS.

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