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Afrofuturism unbound, the metaphor of the Frankenstein Monster is employed in the exploration of black modalities of collective evolution and transcendence.
Sometimes it seems like life itself is conflict. The very act of living is savage, sustenance required on a daily basis requires consumptions, the stronger against the weaker. The imperatives of nature, of scientific inquiry, of existing as individuals and groups and nations in a world where difference is the norm and change is the only constant seems to imply that conflict lies within the very genome of life itself.