Bodies are becoming like
cities, their temporal coordinates transformed into spatial ones. History has been replaced by geography, stories by maps, memories by scenarios. We no longer perceive ourselves as continuity but as location or as dislocation in the urban cosmos. Past and future have been exchanged
for icons.

Like the vanishing city, the body remains as the only concrete proof of existence.
Yet scattered and fragmented under the weight of technology, body and city can't be recovered by means other than those that displace them.