Inês Teles is a Portuguese artist based in Lisbon who studied at the Lisbon University’s Faculty of Fine Arts. In 2010 Inês Teles continued her education in London, firstly at Byam Shaw School of Arts at CSM, where she did a PG Diploma Fine Art, followed by a MA degree in Painting at Slade School of Fine Art, at University College of London. Teles’s interest in process, materialities and her desire to operate within the constant transformation of art object, directed her research towards the idea of ​​expanded painting, leading her to experiment other fields of work: sculpture, production of objects and installations. In 2018 she took part in Gabriela Raposo’s curatorial public art program, “10.10.10 Art between cities“, in Alenquer, with a sculpture made of blown glass, earth and metal. The following year she developed “Walk the curve”, a public artwork, co-authored with Ayelen Peressini, which included large-scale ceramics and rammed earth. She is resident artist at Atelier Concorde since 2013, a space founded and managed by artists, which hosts interdisciplinary artists, and where, in June 2014, she organized the artistic residency and exhibition “For(matter)“, a project supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Over the past few years he has worked in several museums, exhibition platforms, educational institutions, such as the Slade School of Fine Art or FBAUL. In the educational area, he also worked with the Carris Museum and CMAG. In 2008 she co-founded the curatorial site-specific program, Colectivo Tempos de Vista and between 2014 and 2019 she was cultural coordinator of The Edge Group’s cultural project, Edge Arts-