Plenitude / Entirety

Video Artist: Bergamini Guilherme
Country: Year: Duration: 5 min 0 sec


The abandonment of individuals by societies and their governments is both unjustifiable and unforgivable. 

The Planet Earth will continue to shelter the Kingdoms of Barbarism and Insanity as long as there is a single human being insisting on not recognizing the integrity of everyone else, near or far from you. A single individual “from below” can implode the entire civilizing process, sucking it to its level and annihilating any efforts to achieve social justice, peace and planetary harmony. 

There is an urgent need to recognize the fullness, the fragility and the power to add each one and everyone. 

Nobody is despicable, nobody is harmless, all life is of value. No nation is despicable, no nation is harmless, every nation is of value. No ethnicity is despicable, no ethnicity is harmless, all ethnicity is of value. No people are despicable, no people are harmless, all people are of value.Either we assume, each of us, our responsibility to the whole, taking care to respect it, or we will be much closer to our own extinction than we could imagine. 


  • Co-author: Luiz Gomide 
  • Music: Ismália (from a poem by Alphonsus de Guimaraens) 
  • Composition: Luiz Gomide 
  • Arrangement and piano: Rodrigo Lana 
  • Video: Guilherme Bergamini 
  • Editing: Guilherme Dutra 
  • English translation of the poem: Nelson Ascher 
  • English translation of credits: Tiago Gambogi & Margaret Swallow 
  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article I. 
  • Performer: Anonymous 




Bergamini Guilherme

Guilherme is an enthusiast and curious about the new contemporary possibilities that technology allows.
Persistent, or visual artist, focuses on photography as a means of political and social criticism. Awarded in national and international competitions, participated in festivals and collective exhibitions in Brazil, Germany, Lithuania, France, Spain, Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Scotland, Portugal, Russia, England, Holland, Canada, United States, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Turkey, India, Mexico, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Chile, Argentina, Paraguai, Ecuador, Colombia, Uruguay, Peru, Nigeria, Georgia, Sweden, Belgium, Serbia, Poland, Austria, North Macedonia, China, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, New Zealand and Thailand, in addition to photographs published in different Brazilian and foreign media outlets.

Public and Private Heritage:

  • Abílio Barreto Historical Museum / Municipal Cultural Foundation, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais – Brazil.
  • Itabirito Art Salon Collection, Aquisição Prize, Itabirito – MG.
  • Coleção TELEVISA, Luz Del Norte Photography – Contemporary Photography Contest of Latin America, Mexico City – Mexico.