In the polyptych Carnívoras (2008), the artist goes back to the tiles, a recurring element in her painting, and represents species of carnivorous plants: Darlingtonia, Dionaea, Drosera, Heliamphora, and Nepenthes, as a reference to the formality of botanic cataloging. The idea of the work came up from the artist’s observation when the gallery was finished. The void present between the gaps of the building that establish a communication between the first and second floors instigated her to produce these five works that can be observed equally from the upper and lower floor. It was Adriana Varejão’s first experience producing works to be exhibited on the ceiling. Here, she alludes to those of baroque chapels and churches, with a work constructed in situ and taking the inner architectural features of the building as the point of departure.