It was the 6th of July, when the Sun started to explode, it seemed like fireworks or a Sparkler in the sky, but it actually was the dying of a world. The event gave the scenery a warm lighting. All the plants and as specially the red flowers, shakies favourite ones, were going to be extinguished in just a moment.
With the sunlight slowly fading early at night, the heat and light of the fire clouds radiate from the red sky. A geological phenomenon next to the setting sun produces lens flares.
Bathed in red lighting, the human body unfolds into its organs like a withering flower into its petals. Bit by bit the flesh is picked off carefully, like the pips of a fruit, until the core is reached - the heart. A bright light shines through a crack in the wall.
When the red light turns pink, it is the sign for the body to transform into a piece of technology. Evasive as a lensflare, directed up and high to space, at the end of the day all objects rest on the chest.