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Agua Viva é uma vídeo-instalação realizada na cidade de Takrouna como parte do evento de arte pública 'De Colline en Colline' organizado pelo Instituto Goethe, na Tunísia. Trabalhando com som e imagem a instalação Água-Viva traz a presença do elemento água para o interior de uma das casas abandonadas da antiga aldeia berbére.
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Agua Viva Is a SIte-specific project held during the arts festival De colline en colline organized on three hills of Sidi Bou Saïd, Takrouna and Chénini in Tunisia, in March 2013. “Água-Viva” is the Portuguese name for jellyfish, and literally means “living water”. In this installation, the jellyfish were projected on the wall and ceiling of an abandoned house of Takrouna. Its reflection on the surface of the water covering the floor together with the sounds of deep seawater and singing wales created the illusion of being flooded by water all around.