Musa paradisiaca

Musa paradisiaca is an artistic project by Eduardo Guerra (born 1986 in Lisbon) and Miguel Ferrão (born 1986 in Lisbon). Founded in 2010, with the presentation of a set of podcasts at, Musa paradisiaca's practice has been pluralized since. Within either discursive, participatory or in exhibition contexts, Musa paradisiaca can be seen to produce sculptures, films, drawings and performative actions, among others. Through dialogue and the benefits of merging distinct perspectives and competencies, Musa paradisiaca has gathered different entities, practitioners, experts or references, be they collective or individual, with whom they establish an affinity of thinking that shares and reveals many voices. This ongoing process can be seen as an open-ended dialogue that brings together temporary interlocutors, activates longstanding references, benefits from occasional technical expertise, and relies on long-term complicities.

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 Musa paradisiaca - Views on Misunderstanding
bilingual edition (English / Portuguese)
Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite
First monograph dedicated to Musa paradisiaca, a dialogue-based project by Eduardo Guerra and Miguel Ferrão founded on temporary partnerships. This richly illustrated publication documents the variety of their works— sculpture, paintings, texts, and sounds—and includes new commissioned essays.

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