Ingrid Berthon-Moine is a French visual artist based in London. A multi-disciplinary artist, her work examines the construction of gender identity and its behavioural consequences in our society. In 2020, she created the online project ‘I Lack it, I Like it’ where she interviews womxn, who work in various fields of the artistic and creative industries, on their notion of lack. Berthon-Moine has exhibited in various group shows at venues including Love, Celebration and the Road Ahead, TJ Boulting, London, Open Mic by Abbas Zahedi, Frieze Art Fair, London, ‘Mãe’ at 55SP, Sao Paolo, Brazil (2022), ‘Drawing Biennial’ at Drawing Room (2021), Faire Corps, Galerie Paris-B, Paris, France, ‘Blame The Algorithm’ Stadtmuseum München, Germany (2019), ‘Playground’ Världskultur Museerna, Sweden (2018), Espace Temoin, ‘You Tear Us’ Kelder Projects, solo show, London (2018). She was short listed for the Mark Tanner Award 2021, The Ingram Prize 2021 and won a Barbican Art Trust residency in 2019.