A group exhibition with work by Lucas Arruda, Anna Bella Geiger, Paloma Bosquê, Mariana Castillo Deball, Adriano Costa, Paulo Nazareth, Solange Pessoa, Celso Renato and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané. The exhibition title refers to Amazonian mythology. Ka'aeté is a Tupi-Guarani word for the deep forest, far from the territory of man where gods and spirits abound; Kiti refers to a cut with a crafted implement or blade, its sharpness insinuating technology and the hand of man. The artists’ works reside in an intersection between modern western imagery and the ancient; navigating mythical, tribal and ritualistic tropes. The exhibition forms the second part of a gallery exchange between Mendes Wood DM and The Modern Institute.