A Balsy Afternoon

A Balsy Afternoon was a celebration of the traditional French ball game – petanque. A popular past time played amongst men in the squares of Provence – the game allows the winners to kiss fanny. For her iteration, Ingrid Berthon-Moine have replaced the wooden balls with soft leather coated objet.

The event also marked the end of Berthon Moine’s project, You Tear Us.

Ingrid Berthon-Moine is an artist working across sculpture, photography and installation that addresses concerns around the representation of gender relations and gender narratives through her practice.  She obtained her MFA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, London (2017) and her MA Photography from London College of Communication, London (2009). Recent exhibitions include Solitudes Molles Sous La Lumière Bleue, Espace Témoin, Geneva; We All Have a Problem With Representation, The Showroom, London; No Lifeguard on Duty, Westwerk, Hamburg; Feminist Practice in Dialogue, ICA, London. Ingrid Berthon-Moine has also delivered lectures and talks at ICA, The Photographers Gallery and The Courtauld Institute. Her work is included in the collection of The British Museum, Birth Rites Collection and Private Collections.