Erosion is an invitation to reflect on how contemporary societies clash with nature. Silently, almost imperceptibly, questioning human’s perception of omnipotence.

The constantly-moving ocean seems static, some signs of human presence but yet, here, humans are missing. What we can guess of their presence symbolizes damaging anthropogenic activities.

The oceans, which regulate global temperatures and supports unimaginable ecosystems, is under severe threat because of human activities. Its strength opposes its cracked vulnerability: ocean acidification due to the absorption of 30% of anthropogenic CO2, alterations of the global water cycle, overfishing, sea level rise, threaten marine life, island and coastal populations and global climate equilibrium.


Laos, Indonesia, France, 2015-2017