The Shape of Things to Come

The Cycle of Creation and Destruction

Joel Hancock (UK)

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All good things come to an end, and eventually the chaotic phase returns, and in their blind frenzy they tear apart their own work and scatter to the corners of their empty world. The dystopian future painted in The Cycle of Creation and Destruction, inspired by Isaac Asimov’s Nightfall, evolves around the hypothesis that random movement, even seemingly directed human behavior will converge on states comfortable for the organism.