“CAPTURE & discard” thematizes the attempt of a group of individuals to remove from their everyday lives everything that has constituted their lives and their everyday lives up to now: subjects, objects, behavior patterns, relationships, memories, insights, desires, hopes, fears, and moral principles. It is about the essential need of individuals to be free, to free themselves from all that they have acquired in the course of their existence. It is about the attempt to put an end to being trapped in relationships that are characterized by the ritualized need to have, by possessiveness, and by the compulsion to consume and constantly reproduce. But it is also about the attempt to describe what could be possible after the destruction of such relationships.