Museum of Enchantment was developed in 2014 by Rita Natálio and Joana Levi in Brazil. The project proposed to think about the construction of a museum as a performance, where the body offered itself as a guide for improbable encounters between Portuguese and Brazilian cultural figures with the contribution of several people in transit between these two places. In the supernatural and popular perception of enchantment in Brazil, to be “enchanted” is to be bound to a process or a relationship, to be suspenseful by a “spell” where realities are entangled. From the memory of this project, Joana Levi, Rita Natálio and Teresa Silva revisit the performance they developed eight years ago. This is not done without phantasmagoria, and calls for the repair of mistakes and archives of the process. It will be necessary to literally unearth the museum and its architecture of power, unblock the pipes of the (de)colonial enchantment in the open air, in the Gulbenkian gardens.