With Silent World, we wanted to transform major cities into unknown imaginary landscapes. We place one or more symbolic characters into these ghostly abandoned cities to stand as the last witnesses of a vanished world. The characters, often children, have come to this place to confront a new world where time is suspended, representing a sign of hope or life. We wanted to invite the viewer to readjust to the world around him, to push him to question our place and role in our relationship to the world and its future.
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