Following an artist-researcher approach, I walk around the mountains in search of clues and prints - thus faithfull to this « art of investigation » mentioned by Tim Ingold - and putting them in perspective in front of climate change and anthropogenics pressures.
ALBEDO allows us to encounter with the mountains, to face it and to join the expedition with an in situ solarization photographic device on my back.
This involved approach aims to bring datas out of laboratories so they could take place in a public debate. A human and sensitive dimension of science which allows transgressions, metaphors, paralels and winks.
"The mountain is alive, it mooves, transforms, reinvents, adapts itself. It is a big permanent hurly-burly and usually invisible if we do not take attention to the prints and clues wich sprinkle its surface. We think it is fixed, comfortably setteled in its peaks and mountainous area, but it never stop expressing, testifing and mooving itself.