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

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
Cultivating the Unseen, 2019
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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Sacred Elements
Whiteleys, London
March 2018

An installation produced for the finissage of Adventitious Encounters, curated by Huma Kabakci (Open Space Contemporary) and Anna Skladmann, at Whiteleys, London.

Sacred Elements is an edible installation: part-fictional, part-hopeful. An imagined forest of pickles, ferments, sprouts and sun-dries exploring food processes which rely essentially on time and the four elements (water, air, sun, earth). This edible work expands on century-old food techniques and their grounding, pre-digestive potential for empowerment, awareness and locality. Can food-making help us understand ourselves and Nature? How can it bring our bodies closer to the food we eat?

Sacred Elements
is a site-specific, edible artwork, presented as an evening apperitivo. It will be made of pickled, fermented, cured and sun-dried foods of the season, along with handmade breads, butter and cheese. Guests are invited to wander in and around it, experiencing it through taste, smell and touch.

Photo credit: Carlotta Marangone