Pedro Paulø-Venzon's design arrangements are works that carry heavy connotative meaning in terms of aesthetic choices, relationships in layout, object placement and more. His most recent work -- 'Tríptico Infame' (translated to 'Infamous Triptych'), is a curious three-part piece that hints at "colonial devices, the technologies of confession and the rigid discipline that operated in redemptive iconography." He is based in Brazil.
Light and object placement plays a great part in Pedro Paulø-Venzon's conceptual design arrangements. Hovering the line between sculpture and furniture, the 'Tríptico Infame' brings forward questions about "decolonial hyphenation and contemporary aesthetic discourses." These ethereal and highly a priori ideas are what makes the work of the designer so interesting and his contemporary extrentions so prone to displacement which, from the side of the audience, is worth engaging with.