Up to now, human activity has been an intrusion into what could be an extraordinary interaction with the earth, flora and fauna, natural riches, and necessities.  Think water, food, energy, and creativity.

Thinking something is nothing is a critique of our consumption-driven path, once inherited, now in our temporary possession. The projects accept the challenge of the next wave.  Is there a balance between our love of objects with the overflowing landfills they create? 

Recycling is fine, but we suffer from addictive consumption. Buying stuff is like eating sugar, the more we eat the more we crave.  We want new stuff. Then, we want a stylish container to store the stuff. Soon, the stuff gets old and when we throw it away, we mistakenly figure something is now nothing.