Autumn Mae Crocker

Since the age of industrialization our environment has been shaped by the marketplace and the consumer. Our landscapes have learned to echo the efficiency and evolution of the assembly line and horizontal marketing of the 19th, 20th, and 21st  centuries. As we choose to allow technologically to “advance” and shape our environment, society and thus desires, we continue to devolve. This can be seen in the skies with a certain aestheticism that evokes an internal struggle between the evolving self and the defined corporeal citizen of the nation state. Who ate the sky, and can you blame them?