This is a power-generating plant on the waterfront that has been converted for art-and-culture purposes; there’s a cinema, a café, a children’s space, and lots of nice walls for hanging pictures. We got there as dusk was beginning to fall; a treat for the eyes and camera.
Geeks will agree that there’s a vaguely Aperture-Science feel to the place (for the rest, that’s a videogame allusion). These three shots are just me admiring the space.
There were at least three art presentations; this is from gravetos armados, an installation by Antônio Augusto Bueno that really reached out to me. I had actually picked this one to show before I noticed the shape in the shadows.
Here are a couple of eye-candy morsels; shadows and shapes.
The citizens of Porto Alegre should be proud of this space, it’s a fine thing.