For this exhibition on a sensory exploration of living beings set up in conjunction with the Museum of Natural History in Paris, we shot 15 days in Mayotte and 10 days in Greenland in RED Helium 8K with Canon lenses and Nikon lenses. In Mayotte, we worked on a tripod, sometimes in full current, setting up green screens in situ to bring back patches of coral reefs. Dozens of hours of immersion in an environment of incredible beauty to recreate in post production an ideal reef on a wall 12m wide. We also shot in UV light (nearly 70 Klumens of UV at long wave lengths harmless to filmed life) to enchant the Maoran nights. In Greenland we have told the life of icebergs. For this we immersed ourselves for 10 days on the drifting ice cliffs of these colossi in water at 0°C.