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This work is satirical landscape, a sort of anti postcard. The goal is to homogenize future and the past in the same image, like the postcard that reaches its future destination and represents the past, this excessive assumption of the future will represent both sides of one country. While the progress of the post transitional countries is notable and evident in some areas, an “everlasting” progress towards unions and alliances have become nothing more than populism trend covering the presence of geopolitical and lobbying power struggle between East and West. In this interpretation, this work is both utopian and dystopian, and it is poetical comment on the future that never comes.


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