With Léopold Banchini and Daniel Zamarbide 
Video 7′ loop, morse code and magazine, 2016.

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The Devil’s Peak (in white) is the extra site render of the installation Devil’s Peak (in beige) made in the desert of California. Back home the datas of the recorded scenes of wind blowing through the windmill and activating the neon bar were analyzed. The light sequences were translated in code morse in order to give intelligibility to the wind, ghost of this territory.

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