Between 2014 and 2015, I began a series of nests or volumes of living units, like cells that simultaneously house other beings. This series resulted in a number of photographs taken in Fontaineblau. The nests made of wooden sticks, string, paper and glue are objects with a diameter of 30 to 70 cm. In revisiting the series in photographic format, I added a more ethereal and serious component, starting with the diptych Hidden Nest, which led me to the polyptych Nests. I looked for the most purely organic and made forms that coexist with it. The concept of the house-habitat, in its most conceptual form, the cocoon of a chrysalis, as a temporary habitat in perfect harmony with the arbitrariness of nature, is what is infused in these works. The ephemerality of life, the transience of the moment, if we could see that everything passes away fleetingly, the forest would allow us to see the trees.