Petites Planètes is an ongoing project comprised of films, music recordings, cinema performances, immersive installations, and photographic artworks.
An independent production company created by french artists Priscilla Telmon and Vincent Moon, Collection Petites Planètes' aim is to explore the boundaries between cinema, music, and expanded forms of modern rituals. Our vision moves between the realms of documentary creation, ethnographic research, and filmic experimentation.
In exploring the poetry at heart of personal and collective rituals, we have undertaken filming and expeditions to every continent to collaborate with hundreds of communities around the world.
We believe in a society where local practices are preserved and celebrated, while global identities are merging towards a higher level of consciousness.
We are working towards such an evolution, by bringing people into new forms of relationships with art forms and the sacred, and by diving ourselves into as many trance states.
Our work is shared under a Creative Commons licence, making it available to everybody, acknowledging the fact that we are only bridges between spiritual and material realities and that we are in no way creating from scratch.
Our location is constantly changing, according to the projects we are working on and the encounters we make. We have faith in the impromptu, the accident, the chaos to evolve together. We improvise much of our projects, diving into the unknown following our intuitions and birds singings.
We believe we are all indigenous people whose mission is to take care of everything around us. Everything, all the time.
Life is a constant ritual and all we need is to re-open our eyes to it.
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“To suggest is to create; to describe is to destroy” - Robert Doisneau