The work “Eucalyptus: in transit” was installed in the permanent collection of the MNBA, along with the work “Eucalyptus” (1919) by the artist Carlos Dorlhiac. It is a stop motion video that shows a journey through a eucalyptus plantation.
The work ‘Eucalyptus: in transit’ is a 1-minute-long video loop installation (without audio) that is part of the museum’s permanent collection. The object-stowaway was installed under the ink drawing ‘Eucalyptus’ (1919) by the artist Carlos Dorlhiac.
It is a stop motion video that shows a eucalyptus plantation journey. The video is shown on a tablet screen with a white metal screen protector, which is mounted on the wall just below and to the right of the drawing.