Ngendymen is a group of young artists who take on the immemorial songs of the Senegal River region. These songs conceal an eco-poetics of space whose litanies are worth all the current manifestos on the environment; they also restore the history of families, the relationship to the world, to spirituality or to travel. The Senegal River is only an administrative border in the eyes of the people living on its banks. Our artists see this long liquid snake as a mythological and nurturing link between families. In the center of the river, Île à Morphile, a meeting place for the Ngendymen group, made up of young Fulani from Senegal and Mauritania.