Ex: A small group of us wanted to start a movie production company. We all put some money into a pot so that we could buy some land. The idea was to embed a creative community (e.g. utopian ideals and the inevitable collapse that always seems to follow) inside a simple, socially acceptable, non-threatening form - the corporation. Then we’d build a movie set to live in. By scripting our movie in the forms that the set took, letting the script intertwine itself in our lives ever more thoroughly, we’d be building narrativized infrastructure, and thereby partly narrativized social structure. We had no intention of making money. At the end of three years, we pledged to abandon the set and leave a sculptural relic of a movie behind. Like the sets of Lord of the Rings, Schindler's List, Star Wars, our relic would expand the sense of what a movie is into tourism, geography, history, and physical reality. Besides our commitment to living within the consequences of our tiny nation-state, we shared an interest in further developing our ideas into a web of parallel belief systems, concurrently or in the “off season.” This fallow season eventually stretched out for the whole visible horizon and we never did build the test city. Everyone quietly asked for their money back. It had been a very successfully failed future utopia.