Cathedrals is an attempt to determine cornerstones of western society and transform them into a sacred context.
The secularized human being is here seen as deeply faithful. Faith no longer has a religious or Christian context but is a capitalistic ideology.
Symbolized cathedrals are created, which should recall christian architecture and symbols on the one hand and represent current architecture, social values, and conventions on the other hand.
The cathedral is not seen as a christian building in this case but rather as a brick of the capitalistic world.
These cathedrals are the foundation of western society and are represented in architecture as well as in values and cultural norms.
With the assistance of central perspective, an analogy is created from the christian iconography to the new „cathedrals“ of the neoliberal society.
Through the spiritualization of these Objects, they unfold their significance for western society and reveal their visions and ideas.