According to Thomas Hobbes, a person is self — centered he may temporarily enter into alliances-contracts, but he is seeking... Read More
According to Thomas Hobbes, a person is self — centered he may temporarily enter into alliances-contracts, but he is seeking “profit, not fellowship”. The dissolution of such unions does not bring moral suffering to the individual, considering that notions such as friendship, attachment, or affection are alien to him. An individual-atom has no allies; he exists in a bunker mentality and is essentially at war with everyone.
Youth, left to its own devices, revolts against the monolith of the city failing to find a better outlet for one’s energy. This struggle is marked by the emergence of new rules, new weapons and a new enemy — the city.
The leitmotif of the _the city is the aesthetics of computer simulation errors. The so-called 'moved' textures, when due to a system error the texture of one object is "stretched" onto another, which was not intended for this texture at all. The computer creates errors, and the person interprets them as something creative and meaningful. Combining manual labor when creating objects and printing a special printer for three-dimensional surfaces, the author suggests thinking about the imperfection of digital control, to which he is ready to entrust all the most important things in life.