After a decade long campaign normalizing Armageddon, we find ourselves at the height of end game capitalisms’ ebullition. The exploitative... Read More
After a decade long campaign normalizing Armageddon, we find ourselves at the height of end game capitalisms’ ebullition. The exploitative modes and perfidious violence of the neoliberal system propagate an ideology of freedom and myth of progress that perpetuate its destructive ploy. Pregnant with contradictions and bound by the finality of natural resources, capitalism enacts an expropriation of life. Equality and reciprocity are compromised by the exploitative mechanisms of global interdependence. The social symptomatology of self serving subjectivities and cancerous individualism catapults us towards a time of non-meaning and digital identity. Spheres of insurrection are muffled by cancel culture and echo chamber algorithms. The forces of prevarication that are dragging the socio-political, economic and cultural development that rules us, also reminds us that Capitalism, like everything else, has its limits. This discourse is explored through the re-contextualisation of the prosaic, of prototypes of materialism, of static constructs of collective memory, cultural cliches, threadbare tropes of consumerism and their void slogans warped through repetition. The film converges the perversity of capitalism’s driving forces with the inevitability of its exhaustion.