Happy
The landscape maker

As soon as 2004, I began a series of works guided by the desire to invent and inspire other ways of relating to nature.

Conceived as spaces of resistance and laboratories of experimentation, they invite the public to rethink its relationship with nature and the environment.

Using the tone of derision, these spaces parody the system to highlight the absurdity of the dominant model and call on the public to emancipate itself from its status of passive consumer and participate in the development of a new model more equitable and sustainable.

This last part presents a series of contextual, participative works, conceived as spaces of discussion, motivated by a will to act, to transmit and to inspire by rehabilitating utopia, poetry, chance, slowness, play and irreverence in the making of reality, by reintroducing art in the making of landscape.