Adalberto Tenreiro, Alexandre Marreiros, Armelle de L, Chan Un Man, Cristina Vinhas, Duarte Esmeriz, DWG, Elói Scarva, Fernando Simões, Francisco Ricarte, Ho Si Man, João Miguel Barros, Lai Sio Kit, Laura Che, Li Li, Lúcia Lemos, Madalena Fonseca, Marina Carvalho, Mavin Zin, Noah Ng, Ohi, Rodrigo de Matos, Rusty Fox, Sofia Bobone, Tang Kuok Hou and Tong Chong.
Without pointing to theories of social representation that are inherent in communications between subject and object, or the relation between the subject-object-world, which gives sense to social reality that each citizen does have in mind a map of authentic representation of their city.
Perplexity and abstraction of space or time – how do YOU express the excessive materialism or implicit visibility? The contemporary questions of “living in the city” and “living out the city”, when directed to Macau, might lead us to consider if, perhaps, we are stripping the city of its historical identity to support our collective life. Are there clues to be found in the multiple social pacts that underlie the social-political-cultural scene of the city?