Dystopia is the opposite of Utopia. A dystopian environment is created suddenly, following a catastrophe or established gradually through human choices. Through a concentrated timeline, a place setting where past, present and future is shaped through politics, large urban centres become a repeated dystopian reality, a continuous forgotten future.
In the modern metropolis the mandatory government decisions create tolerance to changing social conditions for the citizens. The setting, having no political progress, is transformed in a manner where residents become accustomed to its oddities, not noticing its gradual alteration. Changes are not always rapid, thus they become familiar, are absorbed and constitute the norm. A normalcy that leaves us with a trace of material decline born from the deterioration of emotions. Traces of modern Europe.