The « Territoires Circonscrits » project is a photographic research inspired by public commissions, such as the mission héliographique, DATAR and the FSE. It brought me to the coast of northern France with a three-dimensional scanner to record 360 degrees of the environment, and create an image which is similar to virtual modelling. As this method makes an image appear more like a drawing than a photograph, this technique blurs the rules of representation. The landscape is no longer delimited by the horizon or the frame, but extends in a circle around the camera, and fades as it moves away from the object, leaving a blind circle in its place. The world that it creates seems to emanate from the heart of a black hole.