Size 183 X 290 cm

This piece is a commentary on the way we feed ourselves and the society industrial food production engenders. It can stand alone or in a group forming a Polyptych titled "Anthropocene - The Human Paradox" along with "Ballad of a fat man and a little boy", "Creature Comfort" and "Rising Tide". Cutouts are included to give a window into the details that make up the piece.

Holocene was the name of the geological age in which humanity thrived and reached its full potential as a species. Since the start of the industrial revolution the impact humans have had on their environment has been so great that some scientists believe a new geological age has begun, they call it Anthropocene.

Technological development based on capitalist principles has created a human paradox where our progress can lead to our demise.
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