"Concrete Mirrors" is a photographic mockumentary. It deals with the representation of elsewhere through a selection of utopian architectures of the sixties: sites of scientific space research and a collection of landscapes which have received a sort of popular acceptance as Martian or lunar landscape. The question here is precisely one of visions, whether they be architectural, scientific or from science fiction but also personal reinterpretations of these visions.
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