Corona Global Break





USJ Student participated on “The Sound of CORONA GLOBAL BREAK / A Video Essay / Mainz / Mexico City / Lisbon / Macao”.

Camará Morto, Year 3 student of the Bachelor of Communication and Media of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, contributed to the audio-visual project “Corona Global Break” in partnership with students from the UNAM University (Mexico City, Mexico), Universidade de Lisboa (Lisbon, Portugal), and Mainz University of Applied Sciences (Mainz, Germany).

Coordinated and conceptualized by Professors Hartmut Jahn, Jeremias Witteler and Paulo Ferreira-Lopes, from the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, it was asked of each participant to produce 1 minute per week of audio-visual content to be edited in the final art piece. 

From these personal audio-visual observations, the authors of this collaborative project want to “open a shared window on our current conditions, – out of the virtual space – into the possibilities of a film project, an installation, or a concert”. More than 30 lecturers and students from the partner Universities responded to the call. The Video Essays are part of the “Opening Borders / Future Landscapes” exhibition, and it will be open to the public from October 15 to November 24, 2020, at the Contemporary Art Space “THE ROOM” in Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello, Venice (Italy).

For more information about the project, please visit:

Opening: BORDERS / Future Landscapes


Time-based Media Network


Institute for Media Arts @Mainz