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Marlon de Azambuja is an Brazilian-born (1978) Madrid-residing artist. For the last three years, he has marked out urban spaces with adhesive tape, interventions that have the finality of highlighting or, even better, allowing the discovery of aspects that have always existed but that we have never imagined. Marlon de Azambuja is part of a constructive culture’s memory that finds its forebears in Brazilian Concretism….

Speaking about his work Azambuja says

The city interests me as a subject, consequently all that unfolds within it, with a special focus on architectural, spatial, and urbanistic issues.” 

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