Lisbon is changing. While afro-descendants claim their right to the city there is also growing debate about the public monuments and symbols of Portugal’s colonial past. In the fall of 2017 a confrontation took place between a peaceful protest and neo-Nazi groups in front of a recently inaugurated statue in memory of the sixteenth century missionary priest António Vieira, depicted in a gesture of conversion with three indigenous children at his feet.
Art and Hurt (Toxic Image on the Street)
A Arte que faz Mal à Vista
Pedro Neves Marques
22:00 • TL/EM • 73’