Pauline Mikó is a working photographer. Through the use of various multimedia in her performative and photographic projects, she constantly questions our relationship with the environment, the soil, the mineral and the living.
In 2010, with Oh My Garden, she organized about thirty concerts in gardens, inviting the neighbors of a district to meet in the private space of an exiguous city garden. In 2013, she began A Project for Later, a long-term art piece on Memory, Territory and Time by burying Time Capsules around the world; waiting 10 years to find these souvenir boxes containing photographs, texts, SD cards and other objects buried temporality. Her musical project PLUIES is therefore the logical continuation of her sensitive research about our relationship to our surroundings and the environment.