Peter Szendy, "Stardust Philosophy"


In 1959, CBS broadcast the first episode of the television science fiction series "The Twilight Zone".

In 1969, NASA presented the 11th episode of the Apollo space program: the landing of a man on the Moon. Since Fontenelle in the seventeenth century, in what way has the imagination of space exploration changed how we see man? What are the thoughts of Immanuel Kant on aliens?

Like the concept of science fiction, Peter Szendy tells us about philosofiction and explores the disquieting strangeness of "The Twilight Zone" : a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity, the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition.