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The trajectory proposed for the Galeria Adriana Varejão begins with the tile piece Panacea phantastica (2003-2007), which portrays 50 species of hallucinogenic plants from different parts of the world. Originally conceived as a multiple that could be adapted to any architectural design, here the tiles have been used in a bench at the pavilion entrance, a space for contemplation. On one of the tiles, a text refers to that relation between the hallucinogenic effects of plants and the changes in perception that art can bring about as well.

Details

  • Title: Panacea phantastica
  • Date Created: 2003/2008
  • Type: Sculpture
  • Rights: Inhotim Collection, Brazil, Eduardo Eckenfels
  • Medium: silk-screen printing on tiles
  • Painter: Adriana Varejão

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