Canto Doce Pequeno Labirinto is a documentary video recording the process of the urban intervention in which the artist built a small labyrinth made of sugar at the Calçada railway station, in Salvador, a former location for the flow of part of the sugar cane production in Bahia, and today one of the main railway routes to the outskirts of the capital of Bahia. Built and consumed in the interaction with passersby, the ephemeral labyrinth of molten sugar ruptures the everyday life of public transport, providing the public with an unexpected poetic flow. Just as the railway tracks established the flow of sugar to the port, the artist intended, through the installation, to sensorially reshape the meanings of the path of the sugar.