Like engravings or blue and white Chinese ceramics, the works depict moving historical populations on planispheres. Figures fly like birds from one continent to another.
Each work (ink and cut out on paper) has a particular shape that comes from different ways of projecting the globe on a two dimensional surface. Within this theater that is the world, the phenomenon of migration remains a challenge to our contemporary societes. Whether for reasons of climate, political tensions or the search for better economic or religious conditions, it reflects ʻʼan increasingly interconnected humanityʼʼ, whitch overcomes geographical and cultural boundaries.

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