As of late humanity has become more and more aware of the fact that there really is no planet or even plan B — the Earth is our only habitat, at least for the time being, and the way we treat it as a whole is at times appalling and, sadly,
The climate emergency has been at the forefront in the past few years. Local and global news, newspapers, government budgets — this can only be a good thing as more and more people are realizing that the way we live right now is unsustainable. Our level of demand, production and consumption
The story takes desolated buildings and structures as its starting point. Devoid of human presence, albeit designed and constructed by humans, these are places that were once the product of a utopian vision.
Where the food we buy in the supermarket comes from, how it is produced and how it can be?
Wilfully ignoring the pleas of the local and national population, the Ilva plant, Europe’s largest steel plant, is portrayed as prioritising profit over people's lives.
Combining written language with imagery can create an extremely powerful and useful artefact which, in some cases as exemplified here, can help us combat loss.