October 1, 2015
In 1968, Stanley Kubrick produced the most epic and greatest science fiction film of all time, 2001: A Space Odyssey. This cinematic masterpiece revolved around themes of society, human evolution, and technology with a metaphysical and existential approach. The overwhelming images and visionary concepts Kubrick captured will always be a benchmark and forever a grand icon. Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke co-wrote the future space travel screenplay with a budget of around $12 million.
September 22, 2015
"This project is based on a text called "Promontorium Somnii" written by Victor Hugo in 1863 and dealing with the continuum between real and dream. Hugo talks about our need to find something within ourselves than can help us sail through the remains of dreams and the will-of-the-wisps of illusion. He claims that "sleep is not a formal necessity for dreams". I tried to explore this nocturnal world with photographs, find a dream-state presence in the waking life and reveal this world that does not exist and yet which does
." -Julien Mauve
, Paris, France