Lucas Barata Machado

Biography

THE UNNAMEABLE SHOW OF BARATAS NA PAREDE PRESENTS:

"The artist is the (un) illusionist, fusing reality and beauty to the unusual daily life, building it's world over the old world that many no longer recognize as their's. The bigger you get, the less the world fits in one self;. the higher we get, the more one should build the world. With all of the selfs. "

"It is human and art, a man of stone over the most tender that one can weave to the world. In fact, a wrecked one this is, right? It is pen and paper and medium and the message, one who lives in everyday metaphysics, in divinity demonstration in grammatical symbolism into action rebuilding humanity. One lives only in a body, periodically scared, periodically magnanimous, living in love and passion when not art and science, if not all together and the creation reflects the walked route. It is responsible for the world that it captivates, it is responsible in supraliberdade. It is a child of many that would teach properly if one would paid attention. It's a lot, and so it is. "

Born in 1993 in Rio de Janeiro, Lucas Barata Machado began to tread his way through writing by writing in blogs. He lives by the Polimetric Vivencialism and writes under his particular filter that includes the acidity in warm stupefy when not the affliction to the ear of another one who reads it.

Where to find Lucas Barata Machado online


Videos

Heal - Dia de Ninguém
Dia de Ninguém - experimental and more

XXIII:XXXI
Curta em poesia

Books

Nefelibata! Nefelibata! - The Bilingual Poetry Anthology of Lucas Barata Machado
Price: $2.00 USD. Words: 15,140. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
Nefelibata! Nefelibata! is the bilingual collection of the poetic work of Lucas Barata Machado. The book is filled with the impressions of this unquiet place and this unquiet suburb under the eye of the bloody smile stamped unquiet face of someone who truly states: reality is absence of sense, a canvas for each one call itself Art. The book is a memoir, a recollection of how things went.

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