1. Globalized capitalism was born out of the antagonism of manufactures: creating a space that must increase productivity has simultaneously brought together enslaved and revolted workers. The metropolises were built on this internal tension that was stifled by the majority current. Versus wants to liberate all the minorities that the metropolises produce and neglect. It is time to reveal the struggles, to give them a place to turn the tide. The real liberation of people will only begin when a struggle of the masses has taken place, led by champions possessing the power of the state against this form of individualism – or to be more exact, a mass rearrangement of the latter into large-scale physical collectivities.

2. The bars are the spy sent by the platform into the Berlin metropolis. They navigate through the transportation infrastructure until they invade the metropolis from the inside. The bars heal the wound of the Wall and transform this former place of segregation into a place of gathering. Hidden behind a recreational space, the green city, the bars are a bubbling point of wandering, discovery, introspection and communication. A technological and technical double skin protects the fragility of the interior, from the noise of the metropolis, to focus on what is really important: our differences.

3. The platform is a center of identity expression. As an alternative to the many uncoordinated digital platforms, it opposes them in order to overcome the isolation every one and to offer spaces for leisure, conspiracy, and expression. Minorities come here to cultivate their differences, to meet and organize themselves around values, immersed in intense and deep colors, stimulating their senses and pushing them to “let go”. The construction of light in a field of ephemeral objects formed by five elements, positioned to form an ambiguous landscape, gives the impression of an endless stretch of activism. This “luminous” space extracts its energy from underground.