In the work, “No giro do Maracá” I wanted to represent the only thing that unites the Indigenous people in this moment, which is prayer, collective or personal rituals. For this reason, I use the image of the Maracá and, of course, various designs that are common to the various Indigenous peoples, symbolizing and carrying the courage of the cougar, the patience of the turtle, the fluidity of the fish and the strength of the samaúma tree, representing the medicine of the forest. For the Indigenous peoples, the Maracá is not only a musical instrument, but a true tool for curing. It has the power to call the enchanted beings to help us in sacred moments and to ward off bad spirits and energies, as a true cleansing. So, for me, a very powerful cosmic universe flows within a Maracá and in my work I wanted to represent this universe outside of the Maracá in the moment of the ritual. It would be as if the entire world could see. It would carry this reflection that we are isolated at this moment in our villages, but we are connected with our relatives through our rituals and our enchanted beings.