Desert grows (2002)

by ENTTER

Net Art work inspired by Guy Debord & Gilles Lipovetsky Texts.

Desert grows is a reflection about our surrounding world, made trough image codes, the world we assume, day after day, as part of our own culture and civilization, without even stopping to think about what�s behind that image-covered wall we have invented.

Thinking beyond whatever is offered to us allows us to discover what the media, those keeping us blind, hide: sand of a slowly advancing desert, devouring everything under its desolation mantle, where codified lie will not be necessary.

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Net Art work inspired by Guy Debord & Gilles Lipovetsky Texts.

Desert grows is a reflection about our surrounding world, made trough image codes, the world we assume, day after day, as part of our own culture and civilization, without even stopping to think about what�s behind that image-covered wall we have invented.

Thinking beyond whatever is offered to us allows us to discover what the media, those keeping us blind, hide: sand of a slowly advancing desert, devouring everything under its desolation mantle, where codified lie will not be necessary.

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Desert grows is a reflection about our surrounding world, made trough image codes, the world we assume, day after day, as part of our own culture and civilization, without even stopping to think about what

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