This series of works is intimately related to the natural world, and more especially with the zoological one. Through the shapes Cyrielle Marchetti creates, both mesmerising and anguishing, she explores the power of metamorphosis of bodies and organisms and questions the extinction and de-extinction of the species. She is especially interested in the human desire for observation and classification of nature exhibited in the cabinets of curiosities and natural history museums. She plays with reality and fiction, abstraction, scientific accuracy and imagination. She experiments with collapsing the boundaries between natural history and fictional narratives. Her installations stage intertwined forms of unfinished bestiaries of an unknown future or unrealized past, composed of bio symbiotic species of animals, hybrid entities, creatures from the vegetal and mineral realms.