Milène Guermont, born in 1981 in France, has diplomas in art (Ensad) and engineering (Ensiacet, Brown University, Mines de Nancy) to combine innovation with the power of poetic imagination. Several of her inventions are patented and her research on concrete won the OSEO Emergences prize from the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research in 2009. In 2017, she obtained the artprize of NOVA XX (international competition of women artists who use hi-tech). Her sculptures made of Polysensual Concrete react (through sound, light and vibration) according to your magnetic field when you touch them, such as MINI AGUA (in the French Pavilion of the International Exhibition ASTANA 2017 whose theme was "Energy of the Future"). Her works, which weigh up to several tons (like her pyramid PHARES on Place de la Concorde in Paris), belong to private collections and are integrated into buildings and landscapes around the world.