The collective A Revolução Não Será Televisionada (The Revolution Will Not Be Televised) emerged in 2002 as a TV show that sought to intervene in the medium itself by combining elements of journalism and art.The group was composed of Daniel Lima (Brasil, 1973), Daniela Labra (Chile, 1974), André Montenegro (Brasil, 1971) and Fernando Coster (Brasil, 1971). The program aired on cable for three months in eight 25-minute episodes, featuring collaborations from 50 new and established artists, including André Komatsu, Regina Silveira, Ricardo Basbaum, Tiago Judas and Lia Chaia, among others. Each episode featured different visual and audio experimentations and participants’ works were later catalogued separately. The group stopped collaborating in 2005.