Q: How do I "join" Project Senium?
A: You can help us preserve the experience of these places by donating to Project Senium. You can also check out new daily content on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and spread the word by using the hashtag #projectsenium on your own urbex content or sharing of our content. Additionally, you can even sign up for email updates. Check back here as we will be adding even more ways to get involved. Have a tip? E-mail us: email@example.com.
Q: What is Project Senium?
A: Project Senium is group of filmmakers attempting to do something that hasn't quite been done before: preserve an abandoned mental hospital in a cinematic short film. This is not intended as a tour video, a reality TV show, a scripted movie, or even a strictly-informative documentary. What we're trying to do is translate the experience of being there into a short, compact cinematic film.
Q: What does Project Senium mean?
A: "Senium" is Latin for "decay". While decay is commonly used to describe places such as these, this particular Latin word for decay does not mean "rotting" but carries the idea of melancholy deterioration, decline, gloom, or feebleness from old age.
Q: Where is this place?
A: In order to circumvent directly causing further vandalism to these places we do not disclose the location of any work presented here.
Q: Do you break into these places?
A: Project Senium's footage and photos are obtained through explicitly non-destructive means. We do not damage, nor do we condone any damage done to the property. Causing damage only shortens the life span of these places.
Want to see more? Consider donating to Project Senium.