The Things Things Do When No One is Looking

As coisas que as coisas fazem quando não está ninguém a ver

Luís Leal Miranda & Carolina Celas

Orfeu Negro | MAY 2024 | 56 PAGES | 19,8 X 28 CM | hardcover

Do we really know what our things get up to when we’re not looking? An umbrella can become a cane, hangers could decide to be boomerangs and hats might just storm the dance floor! When you think about it, there’s no end to what things can do when left to their own devices. And what are we ever going to do when our paper clips won’t stop doing yoga? This is a poem and a visual essay on the power of our imagination, and a search for the meaning of things that, all things considered, don’t really mean anything at all.

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  • What if objects came to life? Can you imagine?