The fragility of the Antarctic environment meets photography as an archive medium subject to the corruption of its datas, until its loss.
The majesty of the landscape gives this extreme environment an illusion of eternity, while it is one of the most vulnerable on the planet, already affected by climate change.
Digital photography gives the same illusion of eternity. Because the possibility of infinite copy, he is extremely fragile, depending both on its support, and its data decoding process.
This series questions and translates parallels between the fragility of the digital image, of our ecosystem, the landscape and its representation.