We take a lot for granted these days. One of those things, is that we do not live in a world with an endless supply of resources. In a world bigger than Asteroid B612, it is easy to forget that we do, in fact, live in a closed ecosystem, and we share it's increasingly limited resources with an exploding, consistently out-of-balance global human population. This of course, is a touchy subject, but overpopulation is truly at the core of the majority of the world's problems, and becoming aware of this problem, and acknowledging it, is the only way to make it to the future. My upcoming show is, in part, about bringing the viewer to this awareness. It will focus on seeing the divine in nature, and hopefully bring about the acknowledgement that human life is not the only life in this world that is important. Point of fact, we are at an incredible disadvantage sitting on the top of the pyramid. Knock us off, the rest of the pyramid stays standing, but carving away at the base, recklessly, arrogantly, we at the top, will most surely fall in the end.