Gilbertto Prado, Agnus Valente, Andrei Thomaz, Clarissa Ribeiro, Claudio Bueno, Daniel Ferreira, Dario Vargas, Luciana Ohira, Licula Meirelles, Mauricio Taveira, Nardo Germano, Renata la Rocca, Sergio Bonilha, Tatiana Travisani and Valzeli Sampaio / Brazil

Two mobile phones exhibit videos filmed during a trip up the Amazon River composed of flows of water in two distinct tints: On the one side we have a predominance of black-colored water, on the other, brown-colored.

The system searches for real-time information in such a way as to reflect changes in the tides and the phases of the moon, as opposed to the flow of accesses to the word “Meetings” in several languages.

The spring, at the same time in which it extends, coils to mark the space and the course of the flow/movement. In the brief moments of near-touching, at the limit of the spring’s approximation and coiling, it is possible to notice a light combination of brown and black of the waters that mix and simultaneously, the impossibility of the encounter.