Ersatz: The Future is Now but it’s Not Real

Not for a long time have I witnessed something so seemingly simple but deeply effective. Captivating and imaginative in style and form; harrowing in its content. This is Ersatz. Alone, Future Man sits behind his bright white desk, robotically executing his tasks. He presses some buttons and a package arrives. His flickering blinking eyes are … Continue reading Ersatz: The Future is Now but it’s Not Real