(Belgium, 1958 - )
For the ten years in her life she lived an itinerant life with her parents in Africa, principally in the Congo. In 1961 Inès return in Europe and attended several different institutions in Switzerland and then in France, where she joined Hemptinne Centre’s creative studio. She draws with great intensity. With strong gestures she tackles pictures in magazines, taking them over and giving them a new life. This apparently simple mental transfer dignifies the insignificant, the ordinary or even the ignored. Her univers probably conveys some memories of the culture of her childhood, today conducted by a strong artistic personality.