Cabracega + André Gonçalves


The worldwide trend of rural depopulation is also felt in Portugal, where the urban population continues to grow at a rate of 1.5% per year. The urban world, where time is money and every second counts, moves increasingly faster. Usma works as clock but without visual interface, only playing the sound of church bells every 30 minutes. The goal is to bring the notion and perception of time from a rural contenxt to an urban one, with an object that will have sound as its sole reference to time.
29 Sep – 27 Nov

Lounging Space
Antigo Tribunal da Boa-Hora
Largo da Boa-Hora, 13
1200-062 Lisboa

Sun–Wed 10:00–22:00
Thu–Sat, eve of Public Holiday 10:00–02:00

Subway: Linha Azul, Linha Verde – Baixa-Chiado
Bus: Terreiro do Paço – 36/ 44/ 709/ 711/ 714/ 732/ 740/ 745/ 759/ 760/ 781/ 782/ 790/ 794/
Tram: 28E

Free Admission

28 SEP