63 x 90 cm (24.8 x 35.4 in). 20 numbered and signed copies, 2013.
The radioactive waste sites require a multidisciplinary research to work on nuclear issues in the world of tomorrow.
Places called 'laboratories', more accurately designed as conceptual proposals, are located within the perimeter of the storage site. They contribute to the design of markers in the landscape and their update in order to pass on memory. Through experimentations, new ideas come to light for the safety of the living world.
The drawings presented here relate to archaeological sites and other specific places that I visited and photographed. They are made on sheets from the edition of Cover, a book published in 2009, and reflect the maintained connection with past civilizations.