LANGUAGE IS AN INVISIBLE LANDSCAPE

Language is an invisible landscape is a publication that presents a collective research on the history that is implicit in words and the impact they have on personal and / or social relationships. The project takes the word “dawn” as its starting point, contrasting it with its own meaning when said in various languages, while taking into account the political, historical and subjective factors that have contributed to its shaping.

This book was made in collaboration with:Yasmim Assade, Freja Bäckman, Jóhannes Benediktsson, Emilie Bernard, Hyeisoo Kim, Gaelle Kreens, Catarina Laranjeiro, Marta Leite, Barbara Marcel, Dídio Pestana, Eirik Sordal, Benedikt Terwiel, Marco Ugolini, Francisca VillelaMário Gomes & Elisa BalmacedaMariana Caló & Francisco Queimadela.


Concept: Marta Leite

Book Design: Marco Ugolini








Chart for the Coming Times – Mariana Caló & Francisco Queimadela


Chart for the Coming Times – Mariana Caló & Francisco Queimadela


9B - 2H – Freja Bäckman


Auba Alba Tageslied – Gaelle Kreens


Three photos — Elisa Balmaceda & Mário Gomes


Se ha entrenado para volver — Francisca Villela


Etymology of etymology — Marco Ugolini


Höhle - Benedikt Terwiel


Ogamo — Hesoo Kim


Latitude 56 — Dídio Pestana


Humaitá — Barbara Marcel


Clavigo — Yasmim Assade


Stafarugl — Eirik Sordal


Morgengrauen ou o momento antes do grito – Marta Leite


Morgengrauen ou o momento antes do grito – Marta Leite



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