"Wow!" Wall
"Wow!" Wall

Sculpture, 2017. Bricks, steel and electromechanics. 88 x 14 x 180cm.

"Wow!" Wall
"Wow!" Wall

Sculpture, 2017. Bricks, steel and electromechanics. 88 x 14 x 180cm.

"Wow!" Wall
"Wow!" Wall

Sculpture, 2017. Bricks, steel and electromechanics. 88 x 14 x 180cm.

"Wow!" Wall
"Wow!" Wall

Sculpture, 2017. Bricks, steel and electromechanics. 88 x 14 x 180cm.

"Wow!" Wall
"Wow!" Wall

Sculpture, 2017. Bricks, steel and electromechanics. 88 x 14 x 180cm.

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"Wow!" Wall 
Sculpture, 2017
Bricks, steel, and electromechanics.
88 x 14 x 180cm.

If there is reason to believe material circumstances such as the ownership of the means of production, geography, or levels of technological development shape society, culture, and experience, then there is reason to believe that the continually increasing input of energy in the form of fossil fuels has had a similar, if not greater, impact on human history. 
 

The use of fossil fuels has intoxicated human imagination and warped human knowledge, how they have accelerated time and constituted illusions of distance and separateness not just in popular or political culture but in philosophy as well. (Energy and Experience: An Essay in Nafthology, By Antti Salminen & Tere Vadén)