Blend In assumes a critical point of view over political and economical issues worldwide, which affect how nations are seen though their economical potential. It functions as a study on how economical interests can overlap political values – ‘going to bed with the enemy’ for the sake of money – and as a critique of the homogenisation of the nations through globalisation, making these lose their traditions and authenticity.
Blend in has been exhibited on Window space at the Metropolitan University.
Has been anounced in Whitechapel Gallery website - http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/first-thursdays/exhibitions/it-is-probably-better-to-start-from-zero-3-1-ines-marques/ ;
Art Rabbit - https://www.artrabbit.com/events/it-is-probably-better-to-start-from-zero-31-in%C3%AAs-marques ;
The Cass - London Metropolitan University - http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/faculties/the-cass/news/2016/february/it-is-probably-better-to-start-from-zero-31/
Photographed by Inês Costa.