Works

Climates II

Climates II (Japan) tells a story of the relationship we have with Climates – milieux humains (Fûdo in Japanese). Following discussions with the volcanologist Patrick Allard, a researcher at the Globe Institute in Paris, I went to the Kyushu region and photographed volcanoes, both in laboratories and in the sites of Sakurajima and Aso San. Then I photographed the city of Beppu and around, where geothermal energy is particularly visible. This photographic ensemble forms a narrative in which a human figure and his landscape are connected (Fûdo).  The geothermal renewable energy that characterizes the Nippon archipelago is at the heart of the subject.

Untitled (Japan sea) october 2013
Untitled (Japan sea) october 2013
Sakurajima (volcano), march 2013
Sakurajima (volcano), march 2013
Our mountains fig.3 (sismometer), april 2013
Our mountains fig.3 (sismometer), april 2013
Untiteld (Tokyo fig.1 & 2 ) may 2010
Untiteld (Tokyo fig.1 & 2 ) may 2010
Untitled, march 2013
Untitled, march 2013
Beppu (geothermy fig.1), march 2013
Beppu (geothermy fig.1), march 2013
Untiteld (geothermy  fig.2), march 2013
Untiteld (geothermy fig.2), march 2013
Untiteld (Onsen), march 2013
Untiteld (Onsen), march 2013
Untitled,(Aso San fig.1 & 2) may 2010
Untitled,(Aso San fig.1 & 2) may 2010
Our mountains fig.2 (sismometer), april 2013
Our mountains fig.2 (sismometer), april 2013
untiteld,october 2013
untiteld,october 2013
Untiteld, april 2013
Untiteld, april 2013