Diana Policarpo (Lisbon, 1986) is a visual artist and composer working in visual and musical media including drawing, video, sculpture, text, performance, and multi-channel sound installation. Policarpo investigates gender politics, economic structures, health, and interspecies relations through speculative transdisciplinary research. She creates performances and installations to examine experiences of vulnerability and empowerment associated with acts of exposing oneself to the capitalist world.

Multidisciplinary artist, Odete (Porto, 1995) develops a work that operates in the domain of music, visual arts, performance and theatre. Her work is mainly an “eroto-historiographical” and paranoid archaeology (a method she develops with her performances).

As an artistic duo, since 2021, Diana and Odete have been exploring a theoretical base and a shared life experience, developing a work that combines the various areas of the audio-visual arts, within a multidisciplinary practice that makes use of different media.

Espécie V, 2023
Caran D’Ache Pablo coloured pencils on Fabriano Accademia 200g paper. 59 x 41,5 cm.