'Every cape had a raison d'etre, a relation to a person, place, feeling or thought:

Why impossibility / crime/ existence in searching / search for hapiness (Cape, number unknown)
I am the mascot of Parangolé, Mosquito of the Samba, (Cape 6)
Sex, violence, that's what pleases me (Cape 7)
Cape of liberty (Cape 8)
Out of your skin / grows the humidity/ the taste of earth/the heat (Cape 10)
I embody revolt (Cape 11)
Of adversity we live (Cape 12)
I am possessed (Cape 13)
We are hungry (Cape 14)

(phrases incorporated in capes)'

Guy Brett, Hélio Oiticica, booklet with: Whitechapel Gallery, London