My parents being both farmers , the close contact with the earth allowed me to develop a special sensitivity to the interactive effects between human beings and their environment.
For some years, with the changes in mind that this world is forced to undergo, many researchers, historians, sociologists and geographers had to think again t he context in which we are invited to evolve. By completely overturning some foundations of the human and social sciences, they lead to thinking again of the relationship between human and non-human. This way, it seems obvious that we must also consider again the notion of community, network and allow it to extend through any distinction to Natural History and Human History.
Questioning both the stories and beliefs of our contemporary society, and the fundamental principles of its environment, my work seems to respond to an obvious desire to break down the walls between these two entities. We are all actors of a common history.