Between repeated faces that don't carry 🅐🅝🅨 meaning.
Faces generated by a matrix designed for random results. 𝐁𝐫𝐮𝐭𝐚𝐥𝐢𝐬𝐦, 𝐭𝐢𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐢𝐬𝐦. Concrete that carries death and
defies the sky. The personal angel that used to hover over the village and possess the marble had flown to the ether. Slowly, as I see
neon lights replacing the muted stars, my soul sinalizes to two paths... Becoming an object of the Human Instrumentality, dissolving myself in the meaningless faces or retreat to new virtual worlds where, still, it's possible to find relief in the face of some
glitched angel.

i d o n' t l i k e

b i g c i t i e s
/but I'm still fascinated by its decadent aesthetics.

"The "form" hypermarket can thus help us understand what is meant by

the end of modernity. The large cities have witnessed the birth, in about a century (1850-1950), of a generation of large, "modern" stores (many carried this name in one way or another), but this fundamental modernization, linked to that of transportation, did not overthrow the urban structure. The cities remained cities, whereas the new cities are satellized by the hypermarket or the shopping center, serviced by a programmed traffic network, and cease being cities to become metropolitan areas.

A new morphogenesis has appeared, which comes from the cybernetic kind (that is to say, reproducing at the level of the territory, of the
home, of transit, the scenarios of molecular control that are those of the genetic code),and whose form is nuclear and satellitic. The hypermarket as nucleus. The city, even a modern one, no longer aborbs it. It is the hypermarket that establishes an orbit along which suburbanization moves. It functions as an implant for the
new aggregates, as the university or even the factory sometimes also does – no longer the nineteenth-century factory nor the descentralized factory that, without breaking the orbit of
the city, is installed in the suburbs, but the montage factory, automated by electronic controls, that is to say corresponding to a totally deterritorialized function and mode of work. With this
factory, as with the hypermarket or the new university, one is no
longer dealing with functions (commerce, work, knowledge, leisure)
that are autonomized and displaced (which still characterizes the "modern" unfolding of the city), but with a model of the disintegration of functions, of the indeterminacy of functions, and of the disintegration of the city itself, which is transplanted outside
the city and treated as a hyperreal model, as the nucleus of a metropolitan area based on synthesis that no longer has anything to
do with a city. Negative satellites of the city that translate the end of the city, even of the modern city, as determined, qualitative
space, as an original synthesis of a society."- Jean Baudrillard

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