Nets & Hats in Restaurants and Flee Markets - 1970

"This was an action of similar characteristics, in which the participants no longer 

went to central places of the city, but to neighborhoods, restaurants and 

markets, in search of the participation of the average spectator with a view to 

creating a genuine collective expression. In Paris, a version of this event 

managed to interest the critic Frank Popper who included Barboza in his book 

on action art declined from the object."

Peran Erminy