He defined himself as an inventor, unleasher of states of invention. And he was, inventor of the term Tropicália, title taken from an environmental project where he proposed a challenge, an affront.
Artur Barrio abandons fetid bundles by the corners of the city; his work as an author is finished. The next author is the passerby, unaware, attracted by the grotesque form that involves blood, flesh, bones and skin.
The installations are born both from research and the levity of the moment. Cildo says that visual arts does not define his work, but much more the fine arts, as he also make use of sound and touch.
The artist has smooth talks, like who was born near the sea. It is said that every artist is, by trade, a collector; Nazareno collects things of the world, those that we bump onto and those that are completely invisible, like feelings.