In her new photo exhibition Walkers (an archeology of paths) Isabelle Vigier reflects on the landscape and the degree of freedom it may hold. During her walks through the Caucasus she went looking for areas at the margin of embedded power structures. How people circulate in these places of self sufficiency and survival becomes visible through the paths that arise in the folds of the landscape. Paths are the fragile outcome of an enduring relation between people and nature.
Photos: Isabelle Vigier