Everyday getting from A to B, we find ourselves in a no-time limbo. The journey itself is not as appealing as the final point. We move on autopilot. Just like the places we cross, we disappear into this stream of similar temporary passersby. Terminals, supermarkets, airports, streets and parkings, these are the places lacking humanity, created as a naked function for a convenient transition within the city space. So is a human, who becomes only an object, a regular part of a city landscape, along with road signs, fences and trash bags.
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