“The cities have exhausted us and we have started to feel bored and anxious. We imagined a different course of history, a Haight-Ashbury 60s hippie-beatnik-pre punk community. We have exhausted our cities and started to seek autonomy inside of a cyber syndicate. The end of boredom is a shift in a way we experience time and seek new rituals.
Post-boredom is not a re-enactment of the past but a re-configuration that allows to re-assemble better futures. Again, life turns out to be a cut-up.”