Using the wind as a metaphor for both uncertainty and hope, plastic packaging is set adrift, menacing travelers from the sky as they drive down the road. Wind turbines and electricity towers form familiar interruptions in the landscape, signs of modernity and convenience, edifices which entrap wayward debris.
Distant and invisible forces have such profound affect on our lives and the lives of our children, individually and collectively. Human-driven climate change is causing rising sea levels and is driving us towards an unsustainable future. Will our children have the same opportunities as we do? What will the road look like for them?
"If I wished to shake this tree with my hands, I should not be able to do so. But the wind, which we see not, troubleth and bendeth it as it listeth. We are sorest bent and troubled by invisible hands."
- Nietzsche, Thus Spake Zarathustra