The exhibition Tupi, or not Tupi, promoted by the Oscar Niemeyer Museum (MON), exalts the Brazilian identity through its cultural manifestations in the Fine Arts.
A chronological reading of artistic production was presented at different moments in Brazilian history, highlighting key works in the construction of Brazilian culture in these different periods in the fields of Fine Arts, Graphic Arts, Dance, Theater, Music, Documentary, Photography, Performance, Design , Architecture, Cinema, Television and Literature.
Mustafari produced videos that showed a panorama of Brazilian architecture in the main capitals of the country. In the free-passage of the museum were placed vertical mobile structures that change as the visitors move. The work seeks to question the relation of space, time and movement in contemporary architecture, and also the human relationship with space.