Plastic things grow back in to real things through a process of conscious implosion. Real things do exist as such and but they carry more weight than the artificial. Consciousness as it implodes achieves a state of pure unawareness of the emptiness of that which was never filled. By looking closely at this piece of photographic manipulation one is struck by the extrasensory aspects of processes which resemble those of described by the theory of Quantum foam. Bits of thought pop in and out of nonexistence into consciousness and briefly interact with certain aesthetic modes of reality thus exposing the vast extent of the disconnection felt by the viewer in everyday life.