As a mass, we feel like a single emotional entity that binds us, being, acting, pretending. We all sense each other, share, are actions and emotions. We live.
The articulated union begins to dilate. Little by little, we start to realize that we want to be unconscious, ideal, and remote individuals. We think we want this, already influenced by the air permeated with the name of culture.
We begin to deconstruct ourselves, to separate. We are still articulated, but we are drifting apart. The body awakens, perceives itself, and extends into space. It ceases to be a mass and becomes an individual.
FROM MASS TO INDIVIDUAL
"We felt how we found pleasure in detachment. The union that had bound us together as a species for so long no longer weighed heavily enough to instill fear in the face of the inevitable curiosity to keep exploring our limits. We wanted to go further, into the increasingly unknown."