Today in the rush of our daily lives, many times, we walk and live in cities without observing it, it seems that it is invisible to our eyes. In one of my comings and goings in São Paulo, seeing the “chaos,” that agitation, I realized that there is also a beauty in it. The megalopolis city, home to thousands of buildings, with its windows, people, and stories enchanted me and I decided to create this photo-essay, presenting an ethnographic script of the urban chaos of our cities – also under construction.

“A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you, the less you know.”
Diane Arbus