Luna and Constant
Constant talks about a cosmopolitan city of freedom, an earthly paradise. About the total destruction of the city as a collective living space by the government. About how buildings and residential areas have become monuments of boredom and dullness. Luna also recognizes herself very much in the above.
Luna is also a visual artist and therefore relates to images. Her spatial environment is extremely important to her and she gets a lot of inspiration from this.
This is reflected in her writing style, flowery and visual. With her words Luna creates alternative and temporary realities. If she were allowed to shape the world and choose what our cities would look like, we would live in a completely different place. Full of coloured houses, organic shapes, plants, trees, water, flowers.
Luna takes her inspiration from architecture and the artists of the early 20th century: art nouveau, art deco, surrealism, futurism and expressionism. In addition, she is inspired by films with fantasy and futuristic elements: Valyrian, Avatar, Pan’s Labyrinth, The Matrix, Blade runner, films from studio Ghibli, Akira, Ghost in the shell, Ready Player One, to name a few. Also directors who work with time-space dimensions such as Christopher Nolan with Inception, Interstellar and Tenet, are a source of inspiration.