- DateOctober 26, 2013
- LocationMuseum of Science and Industry
The world was so normal not so long ago.
So predictably average, so how could we know
That the end would come and everything would change?
From the ashes, a new world where normal is strange.
We invite you to experience how the world began,
Again at the end of the age of man.
A scene so unruly Bradbury would quake
At the perverse products of mankind’s mistake.
Big Brother, observe with voyeuristic glee,
As the deranged carry out an Orwellian decree.
Machines made my half-human hands turn the gears
To a carnal clockwork of pleasures and fears.
Where airships scour across a scorched sky,
As exiles in caverns drum savage lullabies.
Vigalantes hunt rebels for the price on their head,
Leaving and excess of flesh to delight the undead.
A toxic thrill-ride leaves no one uninfected.
The wise will advise you: Expect the unexpected.
Indulge, if you dare, in this land without laws,
But be certain: everything will be as it never was.