http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_04_v5.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_05_v5.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_06_v4.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_07_v3.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_22Screanshots.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_08_v2.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_12.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_14.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_15.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_16.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_17.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_18.jpg
 
 
http://lealveileby.com/files/gimgs/th-39_13.jpg
 
 

BOCA DO INFERNO, 2014
Video, photos, lamps, text, objects, fabric (walls), sound.

Installation view, Konstfrämjandet, Konsthall K, Karlstad

"I cannot live without you. The other 'Boca do Inferno' will get me - it will not be as hot as yours!"

The year is 1930 and the world press reports about Aleister Crowley suicide at Boca do Inferno ("The Mouth of Hell"). A Place at the Portuguese coast where the sea waves slam violently and mercilessly into the sharp stone cliffs. The sensation around the news just gets even bigger when the Portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa in Lisbon's local newspapers describing how he the evening after the ill-fated day seen Crowley's ghost .




TRAILER