In Rio, I'll be chatting with artists. Listening, mainly. Henceforth, said artists, will be the basis of fictional texts (perhaps, not so much, because everything they say is incorporated into the text and therefore not fictional and more real). The aforementioned artists should not be excluded from the dialogue after the text has been completed since I believe that contact with the artist must be continuous and permanent. In other words, I will connect the artist's message (or, better said, voice) to the public through texts that incorporate features of his idiosyncrasy. In the sweet slopes of this communication, the allusion to Mikhail Bakhtin's dialectical and dialogical forms will become clear to explore new forms of critical mediation. Furthermore, this process will transform the different voices of the artists into a fictional mass that sheds light on various themes such as: (a) interpretation and neutrality, (b) the limits between fiction and reality and (c) different ways in which contemporary artists incorporate your ideas. Tiago de Abreu Pinto is an independent writer and curator, Ph.D in Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid. He won the Art Curatorship Scholarship awarded by the Gwangju Art Biennial, South Korea in 2012, and the Art Se Busca Comisario Art Curator Award from the Community of Madrid, Spanish Government in 2014.