) rev (

INL, Scale Travels. By Pedro Tudela and João Martinho Moura (2019)

) rev ( is an installation that starts from the premises advanced in the research by Portuguese media artist João Martinho Moura, crossing with the links, connotations, and adaptations of natural and notional elements developed by Portuguese artist Pedro Tudela.

In recent years, João Martinho Moura has been developing artistic research work at the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL), establishing a link between nanotechnology and the media arts. In partnership with Pedro Tudela, starts to explore visualizations and physicalities based on the concept associated with carbon nanotube structures, one of the many investigations taking place at INL, materializing the ability of matter to become something else, whether due to the relationship between plane in space as by the comparison, naturally made, between two unequal quantities. ) rev ( reverses, revisits, and reveals encounters of probable reversals, beginning, for example, with the title rev itself which is “ver” (“to see”, in Portuguese) in the mirror.

Researcher and media artist João Martinho Moura is interested in embodied interfaces, computer music, and computational aesthetics, creating interactive audiovisual artifacts. Fine artist, musician, set designer, and assistant professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto, Pedro Tudela is a founding member of the @c collective and the Cronica label.

gnration

exhibition dates: october 14, 2019 – january 18, 2020, at gnration gallery.
address: Praça Conde de Agrolongo, n° 123, 4700-312 Braga, Portugal

Work created in collaboration with gnration and INL, Microfabrication and Exploratory Nanotechnology Group, lead by scientist João Gaspar, under the Scale Travels program. Acknowledgments: João Gaspar, Jordi Llobet, George Junior, MeN Group, Inês Costa, Marina Dias, Ilídio Marques, Francisco Quintas. Curatorship: Luis Fernandes.

Pictures:
) rev ( artwork on exhibition at gnration gallery; observations at INL cleanroom (micro and nano scale); abstract computational visual simulations. INL – International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Department of Micro and Nanofabrication – INL, Pedro Tudela, João Martinho Moura, 2018-2019