The work of Dalton Paula (lives and works in Goiânia, Brazil) proposes a reflection of contemporary issues regarding fear, ephemerality, individualism and otherness. In the intimate field, through his body, he also discusses the pictorialism contaminated by multiple languages. With critical intelligence, poetic refinement and historical significance, he employs irony and humor in addressing deeply rooted issues in his subjective and personal history as a young Afro Brazilian. His work transits between painting, installation, performance, photography and video, without establishing a hierarchical order between the different means and without losing his expressive poetic potential while circulating among them. In the Solo project of Sé, Dalton exhibits new creations produced exclusively for the Fair, except for the video O batedor de bolsa [The Purse Thief] (2014). They are objects and paintings in small-scale, as well as three series of painted books – all resulting from previous research. Using popular imagination as toolkit, the works exhibited in the booth articulate the notion of cure per se (through research of plants and medicinal rituals) and their symbolic issue (by the artistic action, investigating the cure through representation).