Ines Domange Haym
Her work is based on two opposite axes, extraction and assembly. First extracting the form, then searching for it, finding it and adapting it to an idea or technique. Finally assembling it as a series shown in the environment created by the installation. She seeks in form what it is not, but rather what it can evoke.
The artist has a broad imaginary catalogue of forms created by herself. These forms are pretexts for an experiment with materials, associations, colours, and contours.
There is a coming and going between nature and abstraction, between recognizable and unrecognizable, between form and texture. Each piece is the echo of the previous one but they fit together like a puzzle. By encrypting the space of the assembly the spectator realizes that a new universe is emerging.