The pathway through the exhibition starts with The Film From Outside by Frank SMITH, and questions the ongoing loss of paradises on earth such as Isle Jean Charles, a narrow strip of land on the border of Louisiana, soon to disappear under the combined pressure of coastal erosion, storms, hurricanes and raising waters, together with its ancient Indian community stemming from the Houma nation. The twenty-five remaining families, the so-called “first official climate refugees of America”, face the dilemma of continuing to adapt and staying, at risk of disappearing forever, or leaving, and accepting the dispersal of their traditions, religion, language, and culture. We drive along Island Road, on this precarious territory at the edge of abandonment, between azure and tarmac, under a glorious sunlight.