In Oniropolis en géodésie, the human body, which seems to be tattooed, becomes the place for a cartographic drawing, imbedded with maps, winds, currents, continents. Confronting photographs is the representation of oneiric geography. The portrayed person’s imaginary space seems to emerge, to reveal itself as an intimate place, a personal utopia that beats under the skin, in the midst of the veins, of the body irregularities.

First approach of map-making, this work introduced a deeper reflexion on landscape.