On the occasion of the exhibition on the theme of "building a fire", Babtwo imagines the main character from Jack London's short story, "building a fire", 1902. It tells the story of a man in search of adventure. During the expedition, he faces with courage and determination the intense cold of the great Canadian north. To survive, he has to build a fire... and show a formidable energy in the face of nature. A lesson on life, but also on the ability to remain a master... or rather a student of Mother Earth. "He knew that at minus fifty degrees the spit crackled on the snow. Without a doubt, it was colder than minus fifty - colder by how much, he did not know." "[...] The fire was there, too, snapping and crackling, and each of its flames, dancing in the frozen air, was life.