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Hopes

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Awareness and education

Through more than a hundred scenarios of the future transcribed into photorealistic digital paintings, “HOPES” is an exceptional work inviting you to travel into the future, our future, in order to better understand the issues of the century: the challenges ahead, the solutions that exist and the hopes that remain.

WHEN ART AND SCIENCE PUT THEMSELVES AT THE SERVICE OF KNOWLEDGE AND THE AWAKENING OF CONSCIOUSNESS

Personalities from all over the world gathered together

A universal book

Bringing together many personalities recognized for their ethical commitments, their knowledge and their struggles for causes such as the promotion of peace and the respect for the environment, discover the “Symbiom Committee” and its various works.

Expositions thématiques dérivées

HOPES, A Bird’s-Eye View

This exhibition shows what our world could look like in a few decades or centuries, seen from space, simulating the advance of some deserts, the rise in sea level, deforestation … or on the contrary the radical transformation of our cities by the introduction of vegetation in their midst, the development of vast programs of afforestation, or our adaptation to rising sea levels…

HOPES, Utopia

Utopia is an exhibition created around the positive part of the book that is only turned towards the solutions, putting forward the mutation of our cities and our societies towards a more harmonious world which is more respectful of its environment.

HOPES, Spatium exploratio

Dedicated to space, this exhibition deals with the future of humanity in the solar system, and all that space can offer to our society as opportunities, solutions, models, thus demonstrating how space can help the world meet the challenges it faces in the 21st century.

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This exhibition can also be combined with the “A Bird’s-Eye View” exhibition, made from images taken from space and showing the future of our world from an altitude of 400 km.

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