Yogan Muller is a landscape scholar and photographer.
In november 2018 he was awarded a practice-based PhD in landscape photography and epistemology from the ENSAV La Cambre and Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.
Under the French title ''Paysage : de démarche en (dé)construction photographique. Géohistoire de l'image à l'aube de l'Anthropocène'', his thesis establishes the geostory of the photographic image at the dawn of the Anthropocene.
Fully aware of the technical and epistemological lineage of his medium, he's chosen Iceland to photograph the closing gap between nature and culture, an epistemological effect of the Anthropocene very visible in the lava fields on the Reykjanes peninsula widely traversed by mass tourism.