Scene Afterform: Bona-fide Sites and the Meta Community ☺ Could we argue today that community is an addiction of the masses? A proxy substance abuse equal to the 90’s rave scenes, bodies now bounce on pixels and data rather than ecstasy and speed. Extinction as usual via the Meta-moment of collective impact? One can equate this to the concept of self-design as a collective dis-innovative of desire that belongs to a solid-state community. There is as much power in visibility as dis-visibility; the auras of our communities now shine out from our screens and are as valid as our passwords and ip addresses. We sink them daily into the deep dark ecology of our networks and the web. Our Chakras are our most used emoji signs and our enlighten minds beam into the screens of our enslaved friends. Omsk Social Club feat. PUNK IS DADA sees this as our active Meta-community; it is Anamorphic by nature, a distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use a special device or occupy a specific vantage point (or both) to reconstitute the image. We must be online to feel connected to our immortal digital bodies. We could at this point encapsulate this into a feeling of Cosmic Depression – the human can never become the device therefore we are left staring; as blindly as Narcissus did into the pool, watching our own immaterial self – we drool, we wet our lips but we can never touch it because it is us and we are not it.