09:30 am - 18:30 pm
Tickets and Passes:
Sales end Jul 25, 2022
Passes for the two sessions of PARTE Summit are available for sale in limited number, however single tickets for the Loulé and Coimbra sessions may be purchased at the physical or online ticket offices of the respective venues in Loulé and Coimbra.
Discounts apply to students, residents of the municipalities of Coimbra and Loulé, associates, members of PARTE partner organizations (AICA, AAVP, Exhibitio, RPAC and others to be designated), people with special needs and senior card holders (available only by picking up the ticket at the physical ticket office).
/ 16:00 — 16:30 /
— Inês Neto dos Santos
Inês Neto dos Santos is a multidisciplinary artist, currently based in Brussels. She holds a Master of Arts in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art (2016) and a degree in Graphic and Media Design and Illustration at the London College of Communication (2013). Her artistic practice moves between performance and installation, investigating the relationships between what we eat and how we eat. Her work makes use of food, people and spaces as metaphors to rethink the socio-political contexts in which we find ourselves; creating environments and structures through which to explore themes such as sustainability, narrative, collaboration and symbiosis.
Inês exhibits and teaches frequently. Recent exhibitions include: Digerir el mundo donde está - CaixaForum, Barcelona (2022); The London Open 2022, The Whitechapel Gallery; The Dinner Table - San Mei Gallery (2021/2022); Biennale of the Western Balkans 2020 - Art Pluriverse: A Community Science Series (online); Block Universe, London (2020); Design Museum London - Wastelands (2020); Galeria Municipal de Almada - A Sonic Youth (2019); Walk&Talk Azores 2019; Victoria and Albert Museum+Arcade East - A Toolkit for the Future, London (2018). In 2021, together with the artist Nora Silva, he founded the course Food Cosmogonies, an online platform that proposes a re-conceptualization of the world through food, in its historical, socio-political, anthropological and metaphorical dimensions.
Photo Credits: Open Space 2019 © Ben Peter Catchpole