[vídeo installation / Brazil, 2012]
In Gaivota each image is true, no matter whether it is a reflex. A seagull hits the mirrors of a room. From on high she falls and then comes back to the top. When she comes back, because of the space traveled and the mirror textures, she becomes different. Like this, she returns constantly to the beginning. Her world is composed through repetitive cycles that configure spaces and times that fill the being.