A representation around the concepts of decoloniality, language, and contemplation.
The video, understood as a plastic agent, can propitiate a mystical experience where decolonization can be possible. Same as Burroughs has taught us, one has to attack the virus from its very nature; this is why I use the video as a space-time to point at a heterotrophic place, where the south liberates itself from the Western language. A language that has conditioned us to think in a chronologic, lineal and narrative way; that has turned us into beings who organize events in a time line; past, present and future.
It is from the video that a reversion of this colonization of language-thinking can be remarked, for it is the same way colonizers changed indigenes and aboriginals through evangelized images contemplation, with the video such mystical experience could be recreated, yet this time, using images as de-conversion agents.