House of Cards by Egor Kraft

The large card house, as an allegory that comments on the validity. Each card symbolizes aspect of social human life which can seem improbably important and vital, but actually can easily fail and lose an urgency. Like a huge something, built from wrongly placed priorities, can fail in any second as ambitions would fail, desires and vital principles of many people if war, for example, has suddenly begun or there would be a natural cataclysm.


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