The tree of life is shrinking,
branches are cut of and species disappear,
life’s dance gets fewer and fewer steps,
in the end, we will dance alone to the sound of empty screams.

Animals of the past in the forest of the ghosts by Karl-Kristian J. Hus

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a dystopian picture of the future

The installation shows a dystopian picture of the future where the animals and their habitat have been destroyed by humanity.
The project is based on this vision of the future where the animals in the pictures have been exterminated and the only thing left is burnt down and lifeless forests. Man’s world domination – with its destructive autonomy – is based on a lack of compassion and respect for life.

the human animal

If the human animal manages to dene concepts that equalise and aect the symbiotic and harmonious ecology, will a broader under-standing of care, empathy and respect apply to more than just man?
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a broader sense of community

Can one thus create a broader and more diverse understanding of community – before it is too late and the dystopia turns to reality. The images will serve as a gift to the next generations where they can again create memories through the visualisations.