jasy ra'ynteko ojovahéi hína / Anhangabaú: a river to the absents
Anhangabaú: a river to the absents, it derives from a project elaborated by four artists from which it aimed at suspending symbolically the river Anhangabaú that is submerged at the bottom of the valley and bringing out the memory of the river and the Guarani language as well (forbidden from 1758,but it was spoken in SP until the middle of the nineteenth century) writing the verse jasy ra'ynteko ojovahéi hína = the new moon renews our face on the sides of the Viaduto do Chá.
The book was created as an invitation from the artist Sandra Cinto to join the Library of Love at the Contemporary Arts Center of Cincinnati, Ohio, in October 2017.
Vale Anhangabaú/in Guarani: Water fountain of hauntings or hiding place of the devil.
Tupi Guaranis peoples: original inhabitants
Location: São Paulo downtown – Brazil
Artists who elaborated the project presented in 2010 to the cityhall of São Paulo:
Ana Paula do Val, urbanist and visual artist
Ana Rüsche, writer,
Juliana Corradini, architect
Néle Azevedo, visual artist
Drawings by Danilo Zamboni