This series questions notions of exoticism and travel, as well as their representation in photography. Clémence Elman comes back to her family garden and the bourgeois environment in which she grew up, in the South-west of France. She takes, as a starting point, the relationship maintained by her family members with the Elsewhere, references to the Western art history, memories of childhood and her thesis about “The Jungle. Construction, representation and existence of a territory of dominations”. This documentary-fiction questions, in a broader way, the complex representations of this Elsewhere, in which issues of cultural reappropriation and domination are underlying, notably through the accessories, patterns, colors and poses used. She stages her relatives with a certain humor in this photographic work which also deals with family and relationships she maintains with her relatives.