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“The solicitation of and voraciousness for images is increasing at an excessive rate. Images have become our true sex object, the object of our desire. […] It is this promiscuity and this ubiquity of images, this viral contamination of things by images, that are the fatal characteristics of our culture. And this knows no bounds, because unlike sexed animal species protected by a kind of internal regulatory system, images cannot be prevented from proliferating indefinitely, since they do not breed organically and know neither sex nor death.” Jean Baudrillard, from The Ecstasy of Communication beingtowardsdeath joined Society6 on January 9, 2014

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“The solicitation of and voraciousness for images is increasing at an excessive rate. Images have become our true sex object, the object of our desire. […] It is this promiscuity and this ubiquity of images, this viral contamination of things by images, that are the fatal characteristics of our culture. And this knows no bounds, because unlike sexed animal species protected by a kind of internal regulatory system, images cannot be prevented from proliferating indefinitely, since they do not breed organically and know neither sex nor death.”

Jean Baudrillard, from The Ecstasy of Communication

beingtowardsdeath joined Society6 on January 9, 2014.

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