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    Glycol decomposes in contact with the air in about ten days, in water or soil in just a couple of weeks. Plastic spaces and living things are mad… Read More
    Glycol decomposes in contact with the air in about ten days, in water or soil in just a couple of weeks. Plastic spaces and living things are made of it, habitating in an artificial world created by humans, a world of perpetual motion and random algorithms. It is aesthetic, mathematical and physical. Glycol is an experiment I did to communicate with you. All by Diego Diapolo Read Less
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Glycol decomposes in contact with the air in about ten days, in water or soil in just a couple of weeks. Plastic spaces and living things are made of it, habitating in an artificial world created by humans, a world of perpetual motion and random algorithms. It is aesthetic, mathematical and physical.
Glycol is an experiment I did to communicate with you.