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Nous avons fait l'art pour ne pas mourir de la vérité 


Je vois bien qu'on a pressé l'orange, il faut penser à sauver l'écorce 


Sauver l'orange - climate tipping points

Scientists have defined climate tipping points : areas such as the Sahara, the Artic Sea Ice, the Amazonas Rainforest where human actions would lead to irreversible destruction creating a domino effect for the global earth climate.

Terre cuite et matériaux de récuparation  90 x 60 cm 

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Where we draw the line  

The eyes of all future generations are upon you. And if you choose to fail us, I say: we will never forgive you. We will not let you get away with this.

Right here, right now is where we draw the line

  Greta Thumberg

Des arbres légendaires  à la forêt rongée par les pluies acides en passant par la forêt primaire ... triptyque

Terre cuite  120 x 80 cm 

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Qui sont tous ces gens ? 

Pourquoi risquent-ils leur vie et la perdent souvent ?

Comment était leur vie, leur village, leur ville  ? 

Victor del Arbol  - Des traversées et des mots

Since  the earliest times, humanity has been on the move. Some people move in search of work or economic opportunities, to join family, or to study. Others move to escape conflict, persecution, terrorism, or human rights violations. Still others move in response to the adverse effects of climate change, natural disasters, or other environmental factors.

Today, more people than ever live in a country other than the one in which they were born.  According to the International Migration Office in its  World Migration Report 2020, as of June 2019 the number of international migrants was estimated to be almost 272 million globally. International migrants comprised 3.5 per cent of the global population in 2019. 

source : United Nations - global issues - migration

They all have in common a story written in their body, a long path to a hopeful place. 

série de 20 portraits de chemins migratoires
techniques mixtes sur papier Steinbach  - 70x50cm
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