The Man Machine, Vincent Fournier’s conceptual photographs

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15 May 2019

The Man Machine is the name of Vincent Fournier's conceptual photographic project that takes us into a world invaded by robots.

No, we’re not talking about Kraftwerk’s cult album, but about Vincent Fournier‘s photographic project, The Man Machine. His work tends to make the boundaries between reality and fiction imperceptible: after all, our society is more and more dedicated to the use of highly technological resources; some obvious examples are Siri or Alexa, so a world dominated by IA doesn’t seem so far away.

In the series of conceptual photographs, what recently seemed impossible becomes real and concrete: robots accompany man throughout the day and become part of the daily routine.

The machines work together, play, react and share salient parts of the lives of adults, children and students. Vincent’s project is very interesting and makes us reflect on the future of man and his relationship with machines.

Will we like it?

It’s not easy to give an answer, but the scenes of The Man Machine can help us to imagine what one day will be the reality.

The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al
The Man Machine, le fotografie concettuali di Vincent Fournier | Collater.al

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