In 2004 Correa was invited to take part in The Brazilian Expedition of Thomas Ender. He joined a group led by American Artist Mark Dion and Dr. Robert Wagner, an expert on the subject of Ender in Brazil. The team shadowed the Austrian Brazil Expedition’s route from Rio de Janeiro to São Paulo, in which Austrian painter Thomas Ender was a member. Correa worked as the group’s botanist and created a piece in which fact and fiction about Brazil and its exotic landscape and flora work as an interrogation on the issue of discovery, travel and natural representation. The resulting installation was shown at the 26th Biennial of São Paulo and traveled to the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Austria.

Most recently he has displayed paintings and a huge entomological table with several insects he designed at Centro Universitário Mariantônia at the University of São Paulo. And was in the 2005 exhibition “Contrabandistas de Imagens”, held at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago, Chile.