We live in social capsules separated from the outside world by comfortable cages. They become borders of our lives, mental poleis which give us a sense of security and freedom but in fact make us vulnerable and helpless as human beings. We are attached to our municipal cocoons as to respirators in order to survive – you are free only if you’re connected to the matrix, the system. Without it you are homeless, a recluse. The only way to leave this environmental shelter is to die and be expelled in the symbolical way from the vicious social circle.