In Passos dias a voar, Hugo Canoilas presents a body of work which was developed from his project for the 30th São Paulo Biennial. In the context of a trip through São Paulo countryside, the artist has inscribed works in the landscape. The images of those works and the surrounding landscape are now relocated and inserted in the gallery space. The images' plasticity reveals these objects in different perspectives and frameworks, in an attempt to recreate their movement - hanging and exposed to the surrounding nature - and the movement that the viewer draws around them. Through a deterritorialization, Hugo Canoilas aims to give a second life to these objects by inserting them in the art sphere and establishing an antithesis relating to what they represented in Brazil. Passos dias a voar also shows some recently created works along with the Colagem-viagem video, also showed in the São Paulo Biennial in 2012.