“Work Table / Game Table nº 4”, 2010 by Pedro Barateiro.
»Mapa psicogeográfico (vista aérea da cidade da Beira, Moçambique)«, 2008 by Pedro Barateiro.
“Spatial Composition (After K. K.)”, 2009 by Pedro Cabrita Reis. Bricks, acrylic wall paint.
»Full Moonlight«, 2008,
»Étude (Minor Relative)«, 2008,
»From Right to Left (Playing the Farfisa Organ and the Rhodes-Electric Piano)«, 2008 by João Paulo Feliciano.
Barometz (Suelly Cadillac), 2006 by João Pedro Vale. Styrofoam, iron, fabrics, jeans, shawl fringes, hot melt glue and snails.
»The Gap Between Landscape And Portrait (after Wearing)«, 2006, and
»Tarzan (Onomatopoeia)«, 2005, by Rodrigo Oliveira.
»Bricks Are Heavy«. Musicians, artists and dj’s were invited to record one tape, all to be played at the same time on each boom box. By Rui Toscano.
»Believe« (Levitation in the Studio) 2002 and »Untitled« (Vulture in the Studio) 2002 are two of three videos taking place in João Onofre’s Lisbon studio. »Believe« pits the eternal power of magic against technology by inviting a traditional magician couple to perform a levitation in the artist’s studio. In (Vulture in the Studio) the wild animal climbs onto the tables mounted on easels that enclose the studio space, nibbling on the sheets of paper pinned to the wall as well as the books and catalogues arranged on shelves, and tries to take flight.
In the third video »Catriona Shaw sings “Baldessari sings Lewitt” re-edit, “Like a Virgin”« 2003, a passable vocalist interprets Madonna’s famous song Like a Virgin, but with altered lyrics: excerpts from Sol Le Witt’s “Sentences on Conceptual Art” 1969, which had already been sung by John Baldessari in 1978. Accompanying the video is an extended version original video soundtrack was released. Vinyl record, edition of 20 pieces.
»Instrumental Version« 2001, features the Chamber Choir of Lisbon, performing an acappella version of “The Robots,” an old electronic favorite from Kraftwerk’s 1978 album Man Machine. Vinyl record, edition of 20 pieces. All works by João Onofre.
»Flow Motion« is like a continuously changing painting, generated from a collection of 110 digital still images.
»Newtron« consists of a single modular unit from a large outdoor LED video display, like those normally seen in big sport and entertainment venues. It shows only the corresponding fragment of the image that would be displaying on the whole screen. Both projects by João Paulo Feliciano.