During her residency, Coline Jourdan questions the subversive relationship between Humans and their environment. The photographic developing process, resulting from chemical reactions, is particularly toxic for the environment. However, in this process, anthotyping stands out by the absence of chemicals. As it uses plants, anthotyping makes it possible the creation of a non-toxic but ephemeral image, disappearing at each glance. Through an experimental approach to photography combined with research into life sciences, Coline wishes to question the fragility of the landscape, whose disappearance is at the heart of current events.