Pascaline Marre’s work revolve around the impermanence. Her long term projects question man’s relation to his environment and his need for domination over a minority, as a fantasized condition to his survival, may it be for social, religious, ethnical, or cultural reasons. Her latest edited project entitled “Anatolia” explores the place of the Armenian genocide in contemporary Turkey and the consequences of its denial on the Turkish society. This project done over 10 years has been shown in various places since 2015 and a book was published the same year. In parallel with her photographic projects centred on social and political issues, Pascaline pursues her visual explorations through intimate and personal ongoing projects, such as "Dialogue with the skeleton woman". Along with photography, writing has become an intricate part in her artistic research, as a means to explore further, find answers to her questions, meet the other, or step aside when crossing is beyond her reach.