If we could watch a geological time-lapse, we would witness how plate tectonics have shuffled continents around, making and breaking mountain ranges in between.
We would see that 30 million years ago, the Alps were much higher than they are today. Since then, they have lost nearly half their height, becoming mere leftovers of the once magnificent mountains, and yet majestic fragments and ruins like a colossal necropolis.
In just a few frames, we would witness humans emerging on stage, ravaging the Earth and fueling climate changes and mass extinctions.
Even if we were to undertake ingenious engineering in an attempt to avoid the fast track to self-destruction, would nature still select our species for extermination? What will be the legacy of Homo sapiens?
(To be published as an artist book)
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