On Island #1, #2 and #3, I present my body in direct dialogue with the Icelandic glacial landscape and, like an island, my corporeal matter is exposed in contrast to the surrounding territory and, conversely, in complete approaching with it, when I place myself surrounded by water (solid state) on all sides, establishing sometimes a cross-sectional analogy about the landscape and sometimes the representation of it.
This series was developed in artistic residence at the Fjúk Arts Center in Húsavík in Iceland between December 2015 and January 2016.
Tales Frey, Island #1, 2016. Videoperformance, 8’21’’. Edition: 5 + 2 P.A.
Tales Frey, Island #1, 2016. Photo, 100 x 72 cm. Edition: 5 + 2 P.A.
Tales Frey, Island #2, 2016. Videoperformance, 1’51’’. Edition: 5 + 2 P.A
Tales Frey, Island #3, 2016. Photos. 40 x 60 cm each. Edition: 5 + 2 P.A.
Honorable Mention in the 2nd Gaia International Biennial of Art 2017
 What Can a Body Do? SP-Arte 365 and Verve Gallery, São Paulo-SP, Brazil.
 SP–Photo Viewing Room. Galeria Verve. São Paulo, Brazil.
 Trees Outside the Academy #3′: Práticas Colectivas/ Collective Practices. CAAA – Centro para os Assuntos da Arte e Arquitectura, Guimarães, Portugal.
 Functional Metaphors for Bodies in Space, Galeria Monumental, Lisboa, Portugal.
 2nd Gaia International Biennial of Art 2017. Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal.
 Collective Exhibition The Island. Curated by Susana Rodrigues. Sput&Nik The Window, Porto, Portugal.
 Memento Mori. Centro para os Assuntos da Arte e Arquitectura, Guimaraes, Portugal.
Island series (2016), by Tales Frey, at the collective exhibition The Island. Sput&Nik the window, Porto, Portugal, 2016. Photo by Ana Efe