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And wars are at least not affecting daily life anymore — the war seems to be banned to far away places — and apparently we found even somebody going to war for us. And do we do so perhaps just by the neglect of opposition? These years it is so visible in a country as Ireland — a country that has been for a very long time a country of emigration, since a couple of years however dealing with at least four currents of immigration: people returning to Ireland, some of them returning after such a long time that they are now foreigners in their own country.

Then we find the asylum seekers, refugees — people entering Ireland for different motives, having left their homeland for political or economic reasons. We find now a third group — people coming especially from Lithuania and Poland, some as well from other countries, especially from the so-called new member states of the EU. For many people these ex-patriats are actually not even visible — as American business men, as high-flying bankers or speculators from Asia, a few of them perhaps as highly specialised academics from other European countries, they may not attract attention by their mere view.

Now seeing him painting an Irish Adage? Is this not similar to such a market place: people gathering and doing their various business — doing their very own thing, interacting with other individuals, acting on something and in one or another way creating something. Yes, again the overall picture seems to be well-ordered, the interaction split into vivid individual acts — allowing us only to see a tiny clipping.

Again, let us introduce time by looking at the different facets — a picture, a movie-like picture, reflecting a recent experience at Dublin airport. The scene is set in a more or less recently opened restaurant airside — it is not a cheap place, however it is reasonable compared with the other, older eating-places and especially if compared with the restaurant at the other side. The usual goes hand in hand with something unusual: although one goes to choose the meal of the self-service restaurant at the different counters — the salad-bar, the juice counter, the little pastry corner, there is one counter that deserves special mention: the one for serving warm dishes.

Two people behind the counter offer the food that is listed on a black board. The difference is that the food is freshly prepared — en lieu. An impressionist view suggests at least that many people are living at the very same time in different worlds — time and space and decision being torn apart, moreover: life is apparently simultaneously taking place in different times, in different spaces and in different fields of decision making — a picture of second order.

However, now it is not the primarily like a cornucopia, opening up to new and momentarily desperate spaces. Rather, it is the amalgamation o different incompatible spaces and identities and expectations. There are different dimensions to all these scenes — real or imagined. All these scenes are in one or another way reflecting the economic life, the accumulation regime of their time. And this reflection is definitely not the reflection of the core of the accumulation regimes in question. Instead we are concerned with hints on what the core is about, as well hinting on the ideology of the times.

http://fensterstudio.ru/components/zinesemyg/top-espiar-un.php With this remark we arrive at developing a theoretical perspective.