The boundaries of what is tolerable is the main subject of this statement from Federico Lamas, who first featured in the Festival in 2005. In the 2013 edition, the Argentinean artist presents C.U.L.O (Censorship Universal Language Organization), and reveals his investigations on censorship – disguised in various ways in our culture – which he has conducted since undertaking a residence in Bolivia. Questioning the mechanisms for covering up anything sexual, their efficacy and functioning, Lamas highlights pornography’s exhaustion from overexposure. According to him, all that the genre’s interdiction devices do is render the relationship with sex more asfixiating and regulated, by multiplying clichés regarding sexual practices. He also discusses the importance of Videobrasil to his career, both in his professionalization as artist and in encouraging experimentation.