Born in Guadeloupe and graduated from the Faculty of Toulouse in visual arts, Kelly Sinnapah Mary develops introspective work where the creative process rubs shoulders with everyday gestures and current affairs. In a universe of gentleness and intimacy, the artist deals with all forms of domination. In her recent work, “Notebook: the fire next time”, fire is very present; her religious imagination is made up of Jesus Christ or Moses rather than Hindu deities, and in this Christian imagination, fire holds an important place. It is the symbol of judgment and purification. The artist deals with the hour of purification that has come, not for humans, but for their institutions and systems of thought.