Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Tyndall Effect Tyndall Effect

Tyndall Effect

Curatorship by Julie Dumont

Central Galeria São Paulo, Brazil February 8, 2020 – March 21, 2020

Observed for the first time by Michael Faraday in 1857 and studied by the English physicist John Tyndall, the Tyndall effect is an optical light scattering effect that occurs when the light is dispersed by colloidal particles, leaving fine suspended dust particles visible in the air through a luminous glimmer that passes through trees, for

Tyndall Effect (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of The Bridge Project Tyndall Effect (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of The Bridge Project Tyndall Effect (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of The Bridge Project Observed for the first time by Michael Faraday in 1857 and studied by the English physicist John Tyndall, the Tyndall effect is

Garden Garden

Garden

Bruno Cançado

Central Galeria São Paulo, Brazil 08/10/2017 – 09/23/2017

The garden represents a dream of the world, that transports you out of the world. Jean Chevalier It is necessary to start with an assumption: gardens are an image of the excellence of the imposition of man’s power, in this case applied to nature. Believing that it is up to us humans to transform or

Bruno Cançado, Jardim, 2017. Courtesy of Central Galeria. Bruno Cançado, Jardim, 2017. Courtesy of Central Galeria. Untitled, 2017. Concret and river stone, 36x40x36 cm. Courtesy of Central Galeria The garden represents a dream of the world, that transports you out of the world. Jean Chevalier It is necessary to start with an assumption: gardens are an image