Works: 2023

In our minds, dust is all too often associated with death, with the dissolution of everyday presences - be it the passing of someone close to us or a forest that has disappeared in smoke or the sudden fragmentation of a block of flats that is no longer profitable.Where do these no longer so warm, these burnt, these shattered loaves scatter to? Who will take care of them?

In the past, pioneer plants favoured landscapes scarred by perpetual winds, hungry floods and feverish mountains. Today, they are increasingly appearing in places where humans stir up dust. Constantly on the move, they take over the barren soils, create conditions for more complex networks of life and then disappear again.