We use science, grids and statistics to quantify and make sense of our world. Our lives are neatly mapped out by rules and regulations regarding how to live, work and spend our free time. There are many experts to be listened to. More and more productivity is urged, endless spirals of growth that come at a cost.

Our brief time on earth creates traces in nature; some good, others devastating. The emptiness of our hollow cultural fantasies, chasing consumer goods, leaves our seas littered with plastic debris, ploughed by gigantic container ships.

Our sky is criss-crossed by aeroplanes and satellites. Roads, tracks and boundaries mark our earth. We monitor the movement and cracks in our earth’s core and glaciers. Occasionally our grids get disrupted by nature revealing the fragility and imperfection of both us and our systems.