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    In the Silent World project, we wanted to study and transform our world’s most symbolic metropolises (New York, Beijing, Paris, Rome) into imaginary, fictional, impossible places. In our work, we always try to study and put into image the frontier between reality and the world of dreams. Our desire was to put the viewers into a puzzling and uncomfortable place, pushing him to put into question notions of time and space, but mostly our role and position towards the becoming of our world.

    In the Silent World project, we wanted to study and transform our world’s most symbolic metropolises (New York, Beijing, Paris, Rome) into imaginary, fictional, impossible places. In our work, we always try to study and put into image the frontier between reality and the world of dreams. Our desire was to put the viewers into a puzzling and uncomfortable place, pushing him to put into question notions of time and space, but mostly our role and position towards the becoming of our world.

    Die Serie ‘Silent World’ von Lucie and Simon zeigt einige der größten Metropolen der Welt wie zum Beispiel New York, Peking, Paris oder Rom als völlig ausgestorbene, leere Orte. Die Fotografen wollen den Betrachter auffordern die Bedeutung von Zeit und Raum zu hinterfragen und unsere Rolle im Weltgeschehen zu überdenken.