Identity at all costs

If I am not in the furthest monecules of myself,
where is my place?

Materialism pushes people to create "the identity" at all costs.
Giving names to all things does have some communicative meaning for us.
Naming the world as such does not make much sense though - this would stop the process of transformation.

Sadly, it is a misinterpretation of the modern revolution when one is still looking for oneself in oneself. The modern world has been created by all that has been named but not felt. We move among proud and seemingly clever creatures.

All those who give names to themselves, they try to leave footprints on my vigilance.

In the picture fragment of Phantasmagoria by Izabella Kay,Vernissage, The Cork Streert Gallery 2007