“Gula”, solo exhibition with photos and installation by artist Berna Reale, leads one to think that one dies and one kills by the mouth; contemporary voracity makes everyone more vulnerable.
Berna Reale (b. 1965, Belém, Brazil) studied Art at the Federal University of Pará, located in the city of Belém where she lives and works. Reale became a forensics expert at the Forensics Center of the State of Pará, experiencing crime and social conflict-related issues first-hand. Standing apart for her unflinching commitment to reflecting current social dilemmas, the artist stages said conflicts through performances designed to be filmed or photographed, combining places, actions, and objects into disquieting images.