Michael Coppelov

“The Mazington Gyratory is being complexified by the installation of thirty new road and rail systems, which will converge, multiply, spawn, join and fold endlessly over one another into an ever increasing inextricable cacophonous assemblage of intertwined infrastructure. Gas, water, electricity, waste water, signalling and fibre optic cables are being installed around the gyratory, on top of an absurdly complex signal box, an electricity super centre comprising buried and hung cables, insulating ceramic stacks, switches and flow meters. Gas pipes will seemingly erupt from the ground, emerging from their subterranean abyss and will wrap around the raised roads and rails, and over and under the drooping cables between transmission towers, before entering into their unknowably sophisticated and elaborate nests. The result will be an always expanding banquet of pipes, tunnels and cables”.


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