Paulo Canilhas - Organic
In our industrialized world, ever and ever more, mechanization stifles the most simple human movements, the force of arms replaced by mechanics, the sigh of weariness replaced by hydraulic gear's spasms that steals our space, our air.
This changes, made by us, will end when the inert matter outweighs the organic and the humanity will end up replaced by the machines taking the dominant place that it seems to be destined for. ... And then? ... I wonder, will the organic matter reconquer his lost position? ...will be able to do it? ...at what cost?
The organic matter will face an odyssey, a titanic battle to the reconquest of its own space in a dark world made of cold and unfeeling metal.
How far are we from this reality?