From the pen of Anton Lategan

"We use our linear understanding of the sciences and continually take from the Earth. We take as much as we can, we call this production."

We are passengers on this planet on an annual round trip of the Sun.

The Earth tilts at 23.5 degrees from its plane of orbit.

Each hemisphere has its turn at summer while the other hemisphere endures winter.

All life on Earth including humanity is fundamentally influenced by this grand cycle.

In nature’s seasons, there is a time for growth, a time of plenty, a time for storage and a time of tension.

This allows the system to rest, isolate, regenerate and cleanse until the next cycle.

There is a time for everything.

Humans are not voyeurs of nature, we are citizens of the natural world.

Life on Earth submits to the seasons. Bears hibernate, plants shed their leaves and squirrels hoard nuts.

The natural world is equipped with behavioral and physiological tools to carry through these cycles.

Humanity released our natural nous and developed artificial strategies to overcome the seasons.

Our strategies aimed to provide a synthesis of an endless summer.

We use our linear understanding of the sciences and continually take from the Earth. We take as much as we can, we call this production.

We exchange what the earth provides for a coin.

We gather coins to buy us a place at the table. We order a plate of endless summer.

However, the axis that is tilted at 23.5 degrees is serving only one season at a time.

There is a time for everything.