Sep 5, 2010

                                       David Francisco

That’s people. We arrive, consume all we can and then leave. Like locusts.

Cassie Ainsworth, Skins.

Except we don’t leave. We create illusions to mask depleting resources: we feed our food steroids and harmful fertilizers as well as mutate their DNA to make up for (conceal) the 30% decrease in arable land; we dig deeper wells to keep up with the dropping water table and go on living business as usual. 
A more accurate simile is that people are like viruses. 100% dependant we arrive, multiply abundantly until our host can no longer support the load, killing the host and thus killing ourselves.

David Francisco

Allison Scrapulla

                                                              Marcus Palmqvist

Theresia Viska

Johann Besse