is a series of photos exclusive to NFT, made in the desert landscapes resulting from grain monoculture in the Brazilian Cerrado. In the centre of the photo, suspended in the air, is a white marble cube composed of the landscape. The narrative relationships established by the image vocabulary of the work
(white marble, cube, landscapes devastated by agribusiness) raise issues related to territorial occupation, progress, and ecocide. These are amplified by the suspension of the cube (symbol of modernity) which, through the photographic gesture of appropriating the instant, maintains its integrity
in the air just as it falls through the eternity of this captured instant. The title of the work, ‘Tudo que é sólido...’, presents us with an incomplete classic Marxist phrase, which is also the incomplete title of another work by Berman. This choice directs the work’s discussion about the adventures and
horrors, the ambiguities and ironies of modern life, which are also represented by the white cube in its infinite, and there fore incomplete fall. ‘Tudo que é sólido...’ is a series whose conceptual and narrative questions are structured in a balance between gesture, form, and representation, whose
narrative, procedural, and formal dimensions interact in harmony and together determine what the work is. Here, the choice of finishing in an electronic, virtual, and non material format, which also becomes a gesture and active element to be considered in the meaning of the work. A direct conversation between the photographic act, which allows the cube to fall forever, and the electronic technology that allows the photo to exist as a digital process.