Before a decisive year

Daily events assume and consume the so-called “information” that is born and dies, at every moment, occupying the pages of the press, radio waves, television screens and “smartphones” (I do not say smartphones because I believe that the intelligence is something else). Rarely does a reflective note appear. Yesterday has no place, except as fiction or when it provides material for scandal, much less tomorrow, as if it were never to come. The future is summed up in a chronological number, almost always, on empty projects; modified, at each step, or erased by its loss of meaning. The current story, perhaps determined by the logic of the dominant information model, becomes a simple reproduction of it.

Before a decisive year