There’s optical information everywhere — on cereal boxes, to ads atop taxicabs, to the best quiche recipe on Pinterest.
We are bombarded by the same signals we signal right back, purchasing the Nike sneaker posted on Instagram yesterday.
Communicating through images negotiates a plausible reality. We consume and project, show and inspire others. Assume everything can be experienced, to a degree.
But the ordinary person lacks power. The influencers and marketers, once copycats, still dictate trends. Clout is an information advantage.
The evolution and ubiquity of images choke the world, tarnishing the concept of bear-naked nothingness.
The screen (never) fades to black.
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