Frank Herbert is the author of the epic sci-fi novel Dune (1965). The novel describes desert conditions in which actors wear suits specially designed to recycle their urine into drinking water. At the time the novel was written it belonged to the genre of science fiction. Today it is our reality: clever clothes reacting to temperature, reads vital signs, collects solar energy...
My work ironizes the man of the money era, the
new slavery, era of short-term comfort and loss of contents. Bloodless man,
lifeless man. At the same time, it ridicules the vampire trend (capital market
product), and invites them to feast.