Taking their cue from the universe of François Burland, the two young photographers have transposed their own fiction to this environment. They imagine a Russian expedition into Space, where 10 men and 10 women have been selected to invent new forms of life elsewhere than on our own, suffering, planet. A sort of Noah’s Ark of the future, with little hope of success, since our national heroes are quickly abandoned to their fate.
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