Maroesjka Lavigne was born in 1989. She lives and works in Gang (Belgium). At the age of 21, the young Belgian photographer spent four months driving alone across Iceland, drawn by its stark scenery. In her series “Islande”, snow becomes an amorphous studio backdrop, indeterminate but infinitely malleable. It swallows both the ground and sky; coats buses, boats, and intrepid sight-seers, then transforms again into a bleached sink basin, chalky house paint and a plume of white steam. In Iceland the world may be pale, but life is anything but colorless.