Once the hypertextual consciousness has decided to go public, the concept of Creative Exhibitionism begins to assert itself as yet another character in The Value-Added Network (some of the concept-characters we see emerging in the Value-Added Network are HTC, Virtual Ubiquity, Literary MTV, Avant-Pop, Mark Amerika, and whatever else the "apparatus" deems necessary). Creative Exhibitionism decenters our understanding of public performance in that it's now possible to be everywhere at once or, better yet, nowhere. When hypertextual consciousness has successfully teleported itself to the pseudo-Utopia of nowhere, then the concept-character Creative Exhibitionism (who also doubles as the concept-character Virtual Object Floating in Cyberspace) emerges as a figure whose presence both hyper-eroticizes and displaces the capital-flow (circulatory dynasty) of material history.

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