- PhMuseum Days 2023 Open Call
Dates2022 - Ongoing
- Locations Belgium, Netherlands, France
While since the dawn of time humans have relied on divine fate, science has recently made us realise how much our daily choices are defining our future world. Faced with the dilemma of losing our immediate comfort or our lasting well-being provided by our ecosystems, we could then wonder which path are we going to choose. How can we improve our resilience ? Can technology really save us ? Or should we just go for restraint ? How can we achieve a form of transcendence with nature ?
Combining personal narratives and landscape metamorphoses observations, Transcendence investigates different ways to be resilient by addressing topics such as alternative ways of living, new technologies, emerging communities, eco-feminism, finite resources and biodiversity preservation. Inspired from Cinzia Romanin’s own doubts and reflexions, this project aim to depict a young generation lost between eco-anxiety and the desire to initiate changes.
Through her analog large format camera lens, Cinzia Romanin’s glance invites to slow down, look around and reflect on our current and future decisions impacts.