During the Covid-19 confinement, I started a collaboration with Nuno Alecrim.
Divided into two acts, our project raised a fundamental question about property at a time when society was locked and helpless.
THE SECOND ACT We painted a mural when restrictions were lifted and the streets filled with people again.
To be seen, we had to be central. We found our place by Lisbon's most notorious roundabout, named after the tyrant who rebuilt it after the earthquake. Emblematic for the crowds of fans who annually celebrate their victories and for the crowds of tourists who pass through it daily—all just a few meters from the financial heart of the city, one of the most expensive avenues in Europe and the most famous park in the capital.
To this day, we continue to be identified by people who share the piece on social media. For some, this was probably one of the few public art interventions they saw in the city centre.