Black Bloc, 2014
126 silkscreen prints with ink relief on asbestos cement. 126 fiber-cement flat sheets present silhouettes of vinegar bottles silkscreened in black. They are like portraits of the participants from manifestations that have taken the country since June 2013, wearing black hoods and holding bottles of vinegar, used to neutralize the effects of the tear gas used by the police. Amidst the different vinegar bottles, the silhouette of a single Molotov cocktail stands out, emphasizing the imminent violence. Longo Bahia discusses the power of the spreading of union among a mass of faceless people.