Simone Cupello’s (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1962) poetics are fundamentally based on the resources of photography and the image in an expanded field. The non-conventional use of found photographs, seen by her as “technological residue” and operated in bundles, points to the direction her research takes: the materiality of the image, and, with it, inherent antagonistic issues, such as technology and affects, presence and virtuality, memory and oblivion.

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