Dubai, UAE . EXODUS II. As our societies morph and change with economic prosperity our impact on the natural world intensifies. Despite being predominantly a consumer interaction the use of the motor vehicle is often framed in terms of the right to freedom of movement. However, it directly challenges our ability to control our consumption of finite resources, which, in turn, limits the human freedoms of the future.
Hong Kong, China. EXODUS IV. Driven by rampant consumer demand Southern China has become the workshop of the world. As millions migrate from rural China to the factories of Guangzhou to manufacture goods, consumers hoard gadgets and define themselves through the ownership of a cornucopia of products transported across the globe in colourful metal boxes.