The Much I Miss It is a video that shows the window light of a slide projector working and switching without images. Under this light frame a small fire begins and finishes by not interfering on the action that happens above it.
Inspired by the fire that destroyed Rio de Janeiro's Nacional Museum in 2018 this work proposes antagonistic reflections. On the one hand questions related to carelessness, deletion and loss are presented, both in the material sense as on the memory context. On the other hand there is also an idea of flow and continuity that rules our way of life, wherein we program ourselves for the necessity of proceeding in a mechanical way, despite the significant and meaningful events and facts taking place around us.