This work (The Museum at Dawn) offers a virtual visit to the heart of the relation between the individual and his perception of reality. The film, constructed from a group of visual references, imitates the scheme of a real museum with gallery visits and workshops. The excursion offers the revelation of the parallel space of time which lends a colour to all the decor discovered by the visitor. This mirror-visit underlines the secret of the connections we maintain with time. An obligatory yet denied intermediary of our relationship with existence, time defines emotion and the point of origin of each of our acts. It is the true curator of this little museum of an unknown soul.
- Jean–Paul Thomin (Canada) Concepteur en museologie et en multimedia, itravaille avec differentes approches et oeuvre habituellement avec plusieurs artistes pour tenter de creer des nouveaux environnements, reels ou virtuels, et des langages originaux. • He is a creator in museology and multimedia and works with various approaches. He collaborates with numerous artists to create new, real and virtual environments as well as original languages.