Planck’s wall 2016 Ensemble composed of 9 photographs
In astrophysics, Planck’s wall designates the point in the history of the universe (10-43 seconds after the big-bang) beyond which gravitational physics laws cease to apply. Beyond this symbolic wall, notions of time and space loose their signification and it becomes impossible to describe the nature of matter. This photographic ensemble adresses about the explosion of a world and the fragmentation of an era. The process makes present a particular state of the world, the one we go through right now in which values are turned upside down and prophecies contradict themselves. What is left when institutions disappear? What allows us to live together? What is violence the name of?