“Djago is a city in turmoil. Dark-eyed denizens wander apocalyptic streets, their syncopated steps muffled by clangling machinery and pulsing techno. Decades ago, Djago was a thriving worksource for low-paid Labourers. But the profit margins of this industrial heartland were escalated by an influx of Creatives, who lay claim to the land, marking their territory with gaudy paint and snaffling up industrial debris to furnish informal abodes. “