The Shape of Things to Come


Rafael Ludescher (AT), Shahab Nedaei (IR)

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It’s ironic that one can be more at peace in the virtual world than in the real one. How concepts, thoughts, time and space bend only to the personal perception of fiction. Well, Buddha clearly didn’t think that we took his teachings that we establish our own reality quite literally and shape a world that only bends to will and ambitions.

But it happened and naturally the question occurs how far this virtual construct of experiences and feelings affects our perception of the representation of reality. In a fictional environment, de-materialized and formless, does it make sense to measure with the established concept of the natural world?