Post Modern Apocalypse…
In future days, when some distant descendent of a dying humanity stumbles across the remnants of the Information Age lost to time after the Great Cataclysm, they might not know how to interpret the abudant daily used items of their ancestors.
A toilet seat on its own might be seen as a cumbersome ritualistic necklace used in the tiny water temple found in every ancient home; a computer tablet might be looked at as some kind of black mirror for summoning demons; an electric guitar could be interpreted as some kind of sonic weapon to keep the beasts at bay.
If they were to come across a Beton Brut pre post modern concrete and maple art piece by Terta, something we simply would use to elegantly stash our buds, they might believe it to be an ancient prayer bowl from which their ancestors communed with the mind of their gods in the form of herbs and flowers burned and inhaled in sacred ceremonies.
And they wouldn’t be wrong.