At Canari, in the Cap Corse, an asbestos mine has been left to go to wasteland since exploitation ceased in 1965, leaving lasting pollution and a landscape symbolic of an industrial past. More than fifty years later, the future of this site is still unknown. Making the most of its unique character and geographical impact, an art centre has been established to welcome artists and the public in unique conditions. The reversible project is represented through a set of infrastructure partially occupying the site. It offers a dialogue between art, architecture and nature, questioning the use and occupation of a natural site and offering a new way of looking at the past and the memory of the place.