Born in Lebanon in 1935, interior architect Terese Kabsa offers in her works imaginative reconstructions that combine emotion and distance. The human being is present everywhere, especially women. Her technique is at the service of an imagination that sees beyond appearances.
She expresses the notions of space motion and simultaneity by scale changes as well as differences in sharpness, color intensities and transitions from monochrome to polychrome. She simplifies expressions by identifying the main movement that animates, and manages to create a particular atmosphere that does not leave indifferent.