b. 1999, La Paz, Bolivia. Based between London and Madrid.
Part of the performance collective Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
I work at the intersection between language, identity and immigration, exploring the subjective as an intrinsic and essential part of the political through sound, video, installation and performance.
Currently at Chelsea College of Arts.
Selected Exhibitions and Events
UPCOMING (postponed due to the COVID crisis, date tbc) - London, UK: XHBIT collective exhibition at A.P.T Gallery, featuring UAL's best emerging creatives.
March 6th-8th 2020 – London, UK: DOMESTICATED Exhibition – Private Location. Self-organised featuring students from the Fine Art BA at Chelsea College Of Arts whose work deals with matters of domesticity and gender.
February 6th 2020 - Oxford, UK: 'Safety Blanket' performance at Wadham College, Oxford. Organized by Oxford University's Fine Arts Society.
February 3rd - March 1st 2020 - London, UK: 'A Life (Black & White)' - Tate Modern. Performer for the activation of the piece 'A Life (Black & White) by Nedko Solakov.
September 28th 2019 - PUWERTY FESTIVAL, La Casa Encendida (Madrid, Spain): Collage & Identidad (Collage & Identity).
October 2016 - Madrid, Spain: Festeen - Matadero de Madrid.
VEIN Magazine (August 2018) | 'Edén', los collages de Inés Cardó inspirados en la Pachamama
VEIN Magazine (February 2017) | Diversidad, sororidad y creatividad en ’Heartbreak Nation’, el fanzine de Inés Cardó
RUBY STAR Magazine (February 2017) | Heartbreak Nation da el salto al papel
i-D Spain (Collective interview, March 2016) | ¿Las mujeres lo tienen más difícil para ser artistas?
ROOKIE MAGAZINE | ROOKIE Magazine: Finding Home (January 2016)