The world is an enduring war theatre. Perhaps because it’s a men’s world? When cast in such a set women... Read More
The world is an enduring war theatre. Perhaps because it’s a men’s world? When cast in such a set women try to play out all their means, even performing a sad joy division or bowing down like a poor little thing. This in spite of being a fierce partisan or a tactical guerrilla expert.
The world is either a repeating making up of the same actions, as in the movements necessary for the make-up moment, every single day. Persisting like a waterproof mascara – but will it alike prove itself bulletproof too? I guess no, a mascara can only be more or less dramatic.
Like in a recrudescing war against more natural habits, occurring at large in the world theatre.
There will be certainly more and more conflicts including more and more wars. Wars on geopolitical levels but also war in the beauty industry where the inner self will be the centre of self-destruction in order to defend itself against the pressure of new trends of fashion. Mascara Cartridge DéjàWar wants to reflect on those parallels between the weapon and beauty industry. These always try to create new conflicts/trends in order to generate new wars/hypes with the goal to sell more weapons/beauty products with one single mission: to make money!