I began to learn how to follow the animal's tracks in my local countryside in northwest France. I met farmers and hunters who taught me how to read their presence through prints, hairs and paths they draw into the greenery. This experience is about quiting the human geography, and trying to depict the landscape as a great mammal would see it. So I put the camera low on my tripod, at a wildboar's height, as my friend Lena does as a wildlife photographer.
I began shooting at night, just before the sun rise, and stoped with the firsts ray of sunlight. My hybrid digital camera and it's very sensitive sensor helping me to see in lowlight as a wild mammal would, and becoming a prosthetic eye in order to share this experience as a tracker.
A sound documentary (in french) usually comming with the exhibition :
This project has been developed in residency in 2022.
>At La Villa la Brugère, Arromanches-les-Bains.
>At Fours à chaux du Rey, Regnéville-sur-Mer, avec le soutien du conseil départemental de la Manche.