Lot 5 - Ingrid Berthon-Moine - "Drop Drop Drop"
Collage. Vinyl Fabric, Foam Rubber, Cotton Thread
Signed on Verso
Curated by Beth Greenacre
Ingrid Berthon-Moine is a French visual artist based in London. Her work primarily uses sculpture, painting and installation. She uses the human body as a playground to toy with identity, sexuality and consumerism as a way to examine the de/construction of gender identity and its behavioural consequences in our society. The body is seen as a sensitive receptor which bears the visual traces of our emotional turmoil and is also a source of information and power not to be neglected. Humour is also brought into play and acts as a connector. She also runs the online project @lackitlikeit on Instagram where she interviews womxn on their notion of lack(s).
MA Fine Art Goldsmiths University 2017.
2022, It’s Getting Clawser, Fitzrovia Gallery, London
2018, You Tear Us, Kelder Projects, London
Selected Group Exhibitions
2022, Open Mic by Abbas Zahedi, Frieze Art Fair, London
2022, Gertrude Presents, Truman Brewery, London
2022, Love, Celebration and the Road Ahead, TJ Boulting, London
2022, Mãe, 55SP, São Paulo, Brazil,
2022, Mothering, Kupfer Project Space, London,
2022, Curated II Womxn, Unit 1 Gallery, London,
2021, Faire Corps, Galerie Paris-Beijing, Paris, France,
2021, Drawing Biennial, Drawing Room, London,
2021, Photo London, Somerset House, London,
2021, Hand-Held, itinerant exhibition, London,
Awards, Prizes & Residencies
2022, 1:1 Fund, Jerwood Award, London
2021, Ingram Prize, finalist, London
2021, Mark Tanner Award shortlisted, London
2019, Barbican Art Trust, Residency winner, selected by Emma Talbot and Tai Shani, London,
2018, Bloomberg New Contemporaries shortlisted, London,
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
‘Drop, Drop, Drop’ is a collage composed of layers associated with the human body: skin, tissue and blood. The different textures and surfaces suggest a visual viscerality.
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