Le Laboratoire de l'Univers
With Le Laboratoire de l'Univers (The Laboratory of the Universe), a group of images taken from different series, I rely on the creativity and imagination of researchers to push back the limits of the detectable and understandable, leading science and art to reinterpret the Universe according to the close relationship they have shared throughout history.
A selection of images will be presented in the group exhibition Valles Marineris as part of the Mulhouse Biennial of Photography "Corps Célestes" from June 4th to July 17th 2022 with the partcipation of MAC-Mulhouse Art Contemporain.
I will be there to present my work on June 10th, 11th and 12th.
Mémoire d’un Futur
My project Mémoire d'un Futur will be presented in the exhibition "IMAGE 3.0" organised by the Jeu de Paume Paris, in partnership with the National Center of Arts (CNAP) from May 20th to September 4th 2022 at the Cellier in Reims.Inspired by the stories of the great discoveries of the 19th century, Mémoire d'un futur proposes to stage a space fiction, an imaginary story showing the possible effects of space travel. While the astronomer was envisaged in the 17th century as the new figure of the explorer, the long-distance traveller, making the analogy between the new world and the other world, Mémoire d'un Futuris inspired by the abundant iconography of the 19th century, which sets up the figure of the explorer as an emblematic figure of society. Closely linked to the imaginary of which it is the vector, it can nevertheless be questioned because it reveals ambitions to appropriate the world.
After a month on board the scientific schooner Tara between Salvador and Rio de Janeiro to observe research on microbiomes, my year 2022 will be occupied with the realization of my project entitled Les Particules, le conte humain d'une eau qui meurt (The Particles, the Human Tale of a Dying Water), which proposes to shed light on the plastic pollution of the ocean and its impact on microorganisms.
Soon a podcast on my experience on board ︎