WITHOUT ORIGINAL SIN
They are polygraphic and question the implications that the moral and ethics of the social contract impose on being. They are digital impressions embedded in the communication of the fast, of the instant. They are examinations of the virtual fossil produced by the vertiginous evolution of the communication technologies of the internal world. They are entities out of the paradoxes that are defined in the absence of certain forms of appearance. They are roads that show us how the predicaments of nomadic survival branch down the roads. They are the policies and aesthetics of the new world order.
These polygraphs express the inevitable memory between life and death. They discuss the fall of twins in all religions that draw genesis as a creational principle. They are the tower of babel of failure and instant success. They are the images that speak the creed and the new testament of the capitalist democracies. They are the testament of the liberal market. And they are republics without pope, without church. They are the rest, they are incomplete human beings children of the twenty-first century biopolitics. They are the manifest of the impossible. Love and virtual friendship in times of Facebook.