Upcoming projects/residencies

JULY 7-15 2019   
Part of Expedition Empathy, 
Circuito Ilha 201, curated by
The Decorators 
Walk&Talk, Azores

JULY 15-21 2019  
Tutor at Illustration School EU
Residency at Illustration School EU
Porto, Portugal

OCTOBER 2019
Residency at Villa Lena
Tuscany, Italy

Selected press

P3 - Publico online
interview/article, 2019
VICE - Munchies
interview/article, 2019
Frieze magazine
article, 2019
Wallpaper magazine
article, 2019
DATEAGLE ART
Cultivating the Unseen, 2019
VIEWPOINT MAGAZINE
Change Makers (print), 2019
FUET Magazine
interview, 2018
Selected exhibitions

MAY 17 - JUNE 30 2019   
Tender Touches, London
Co-curated by Inês Neto dos Santos and Huma Kabakci, organised by Open Space 

MARCH  2019   
Darlings of the Underground,
Subsidiary Projects, London

OCTOBER  2018   
Mitos e Viagens, Oliva & Co, Porto

OCTOBER  2019   
Matérias Primas,
PADA Studios, Barreiro, Portugal

SEPTEMBER  2019   
Should I Stay or Should I Go,
Hybrid Festival, Ars Coco x Barbecho, Madrid

JULY  2019   
Bored but Secured, Wozen Studio, Lisbon
(ZUT Residency)

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Mother, mother
at Darlings of the Underground,
an exhibition curated by DATEAGLE ART
in collaboration with Anna Souter 
Subsidiary Projects, March 2018

Glasswork in collaboration with Gerald Mak.

In Mother, mother, Inês Neto dos Santos develops a continuous brewing system of kombucha, a sculptural piece which uses this fermentation process as a metaphor for site- specificity, collaborative practices and personal growth. Considering ferments as archives of local information, this piece sees the never ending exchange of bacteria and yeasts that occurs during fermentation as a gateway to understand our relationships with ourselves, others and the outside world.

To make kombucha, we start with a mother: a gelatinous colony of bacteria and yeasts that cling together, growing infinitely larger by livingin a continuously refreshed bath of sweet tea. This mother and, subsequently, its tea, invisibly exchange biological information with its surrounding environment.

Through this work, the artists asks: How do microorganisms define a place? Can we tap into these invisible forces, growing and expanding around us everyday? Can a jar of naturally fermented tea become an archive of a space and its people?Can it host stories, gestures? What can it tell us about ourselves and others?