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Cosmorama observes the world as it does not appear. Conceived like a journey from our close environment to the distant and unknown horizons of the cosmos, it reveals an imperceptible stratum of the light spectrum. The film questions our common perception sand representations, it reintroduces notions such as the unknown, the uncertainty and oddity in our relationship with the world. Shot in the surroundings of an observatory (in a lava desert where the NASA recently tested Martian rovers) and in a primitive forest which gives us an overview of the state of the world 50M years ago, the film uses a near-infrared imagery process with which astronomers usually observe the deep reaches of the universe. It also makes audible the light pulsations emitted by distant stars and galaxies by transposing radio-telescopes data into sound. By disrupting our usual spatiotemporal markers, Cosmorama allows the emergence of a sensitive and collective experience of pure perception.