Andreea Cioran - Alienation
The human being has vanished into the grayest concrete. He is isolated and lonely. He can’t reach out to someone because all he can find outside his nest is some more of the same matter he has trapped himself in. One can sense the existence of the human. One can see vague signs of his life. One can even see the human himself on rare occasions, trapped behind the thick, sad walls he has built around him. The human has exchanged traits and features with the structure he locked himself into. The walls are expressive and clean, they are graceful and caring, adamant and protective. The human is blank.