Da Fábrica que Desvanece à Baía do Tejo is an artist-in-residence project that united six artists/colectives and an industrial site. The residency resulted in an exhibition in the post-industrial site itself that opened the doors to the population of this underused space.
I was responsible for the design of all visual communication. I focused on a monochrome palette against a strong orange highlight inspired by rust, evocative of the used, old industrial materials found in the intervention area. The graphic language is contemporary but with a strong focus on the history of the site, such an important and inspirational factor for the artists. The graphic elements suggest the connections between the artists and the space, and between the artists themselves. Partnerships and dialogue were a crucial part of the project.