Egyptian sculptor Therese Antoine Louis embodies the remarkable ability to transform a symmetrical, streamlined body shape into simple abstract, geometrical forms. Lately. She has been particularly fascinated with the concept of the abstract human form as a product of its own psychological influences and thus has focused on the notion of self-documentation of very personal psychological phases and stages. Uniform repetition, daring confrontation, and identity are the major themes that she invokes in her art.
Based in Alexandria, Egypt, Antoine obtained her BFA in Sculpture from the Faculty of Fine Arts in 2014.