We Are All Made of Stars, 2011-2018
During the 1990s and 2000s, our civilized world experienced a remarkable economic growth that was unfortunately followed by an unprecedented systematic demystification of human values. The economic crisis that started in the late 2000s marked the peak of this process, the end, and the subsequent gradual decline.
It is indispensable to remember that both during periods of rise and fall, certain social groups are simply destined to remain isolated due to a complete lack of representatives in the media. They do not represent Power and Money; therefore, they remain forgotten and abandoned. They are drug users, lonely people without relatives, poor, unemployed, mentally and/or physically disabled. They are small children dependent on adults, people of the LGTB communities, prostitutes, old, ugly (whatever the media would mean by using this word), overweight, immigrants, foreigners and strangers in all the possible meanings. They are all kinds of ethnic groups that suffer from discrimination.
These are only some of the millions of examples that exist and live among us. We know them, we see them, we meet them on the streets through our quotidian social activities but we ignore them. We are all members of uncountable minority groups but we keep on struggling to fit into a large and accepted one: the group of “normality”.
People should give themselves a chance to understand how they pass through this material and immaterial world in order to find a balance between matter and spirit.
We Are All Made Out of Stars is an attempt to re-mystify humanity at all the different levels of our societies.