Neurocolor’s Archeology of the Future “digs up the guts of the Holy Simulation” with vivid color, intricate abstract design, and a hypnotic and steady animation that draws the eye and holds it captive. Much of the artist’s work deals with the subject of the brain, neural pathways, synapses, and skulls. There is an emphasis on the brain engaged in some sort of cognitive chaos reflected by the wildness of the colors. In this piece. The background flashes pink and green and swimming in the neon, cerebrally smooth glow, are five skulls and a series of squid-like, spidery objects, each rotating evenly and made up of a tangle of neural pathways and veins. There are words in the foreground: “immaterial, chic, reality, history is lost, remaining only accessible…dream.” The words are broken up by black lines and interrupted with the swirling vortex of color so that their jumbled pattern reads like cognitive dissonance, the production of an overzealous and overstimulated brain. At the very bottom, stone gray symbols form an indecipherable word. The skulls look left and right eternally and are missing half their mouths, as if forever searching for the words to say.