To be interested in the relationship between human beings and their territory by questioning our perceptions of nature, of elsewhere, of collective history, of absence, of transmission and of memory. Often linked to exploration, to a certain idea of isolation and the wild, this work documents, collects, transposes and crosses. It unfolds narratives that pose an "other" viewpoint where points of view are combined in a very subjective exhaustiveness. Translating the plurality of reality to make visible certain uses of the world in a resolutely sensitive manner.