What will future generations say when they talk about the world we left them? With the series The World We... Read More
What will future generations say when they talk about the world we left them?
With the series The World We Left Them, I want to represent an intergenerational dialogue between the people of today and the representation of the children of tomorrow. Far from a pessimistic vision of the future, it expresses the urgent need to sound the alarm for the sake of our planet and the generations to come.
Through this photographic series, I urge the viewer to understand his actions and inactions have consequences in the future and to remind him that we have the responsibilities to choose beyond the immediate interest.
The underlying question of these photographs is the irreversibility of our choices and our actions: will one day be too late to reverse the course of things and can we eternally delay solving the problems for tomorrow?
With the photo "I would have liked the world as it was", I wanted to underline the irreversibility of our actions on the present world, and to question the viewer whether we will be able to stop the regression or find ourselves in the apocalyptic world.