Inés was one of the four sculptures included in 1004 Portraits at Millennium Park. Her portrait, in the artist`s words, is “all at once specific, anonymous, universal, and tranquil.” Shown with her eyes closed in a state of meditation or dreaming, her serene expression inspires contemplation. Like a hologram, the sculpture changes and shifts perspectives when viewed from different angles. Inés was on loan to Harvard Business School from the Richard Gray Gallery as part of the Contemporary Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition from 2016 to 2018. In Spring 2018, through the support of an anonymous donor, HBS acquired the sculpture for its permanent collection and it is on view on Aldrich Lawn.