(ˌnɑnkəˈmjuːnɪkəbəl)
 

“People think that they sell oil, but in fact, they are becoming oil.” Viktor Pelevin


When we were single-cell organisms we existed in the absence of competition, essentially living forever in stasis. Evolution invites competition. Competition creates capitalism. Capitalism births corporations which strive towards a homogenous world. In the absence of competition, the corporation becomes a single-celled organism. 

This multi-layer, surreal, performance, sees Wright imagine a near future where organic and artificial are indistinguishable and the world coming together might bring its own problems. 

Tiny robotic organisms, feeding off real-time pollution readings in the city, create a soundtrack for Wright's spoken word performance.