Disko Bay, Greenland. Akunnaaq is a small village of 60 Inuit inhabitants. The nearest town is one hour away by snowmobile in the winter, 3/4 of an hour by boat in the summer.

Here, as everywhere, the traditional way of life has disappeared. But the Inuit are reappropriating their culture, each in their own way, between claim and adaptation.

Between the confined heat of the interiors and the icy cold of the outdoors; between the festive community and solitary fishing; between isolation and internet connection; between sled dogs and snowmobiles: an in-between world...

Today, the Inuit identity is plural, and very much alive.