5 large wooden niches mounted on the lateral walls. These allude to the volume of certain windows in the Museum. Each niche hosts a work/object, residual and relevant things in the constuction of the Camera.
This is the space where the exhibition comes to a close. It develops along a corridor contiguous to the Chamber of Echoes. The corridor is divided into two parts. The first is defined by a succession of large geometric mirror volumes positioned along the corridor walls and covering toward a median boderline. The second part spreads out from the median borderline and constitues a symmetric, mirror repetition of the same volumes found along the first part. Câmara Clara is the symbolic representation of a meandering trajectory, which is simultaneously material and immaterial, that closes the exhibition and is expressed trought a cluster of forms marked by light and shadow. A gradually increasing luminosity converges toward a central point from whence light decreases gradually until the end of the trajectory, at which point the viewer frontally meets the drawing that represents perspective, the Ouverture from which to start over, at will, either to review the exhibition or to seek other forms of life... Throughout the crossing of the Câmara Clara recorded voices murmur intermittently, in Portuguese and English, “I won't be this any longer”...
[texts by José Barrias from the exhibition catalogue]