Rubens Mano (b. 1960, São Paulo) displays 17 never-before-seen works that inform how certain cultural, political and social tensions materialize in space and ‘naturalize’ certain processes of territorial attachment.
On the ground floor, in addition to photographs and objects, the artist displays an installation in the external area of the gallery, with the same title as the exhibition. On the first floor photographs and a video are also be on display. In social contract, Rubens Mano explores certain constitutive complexities of space, and how these complexities are revealed in multiple dimensions of private and public, individual and collective, natural and cultural life.