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POST HOMELESS

Poverty and misery are much more evident each day in the streets of big cities like Mexico. Nevertheless we have become insensible to those realities. The amount of people begging in the streets is overwhelming, so we have developed the defense mechanism, of looking with out seeing. 

I believe it is important to strip bare the city to its basic elements to stress and accentuate the existence of those individuals that have become just spectres and stray human beings alienated of the care of the very Nation-State that created them, and the awareness of its existence and the possibility of minimal acts of compassion and everyday help of the common folk.