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On The Ashes
Of Our Fathers







Death is sustainability, and we celebrate it here. We live by the resources our mother provides and stand on structures our fathers enable us to build. We cannot deny the inevitability of life's circle. The forces of nature are coming for us, and like any species that has ever lived on Earth and fought extinction, we will do the same. But so will the cancerous deeds that put us at the dangerous RED spot of time and space. So the question is, is it too late?

The structures standing before you are a testament of time, representing our deeds of dismemberment on our mother's resources. They epitomize the phases of periods long gone, the present, and the future. We can push the graph down or follow the extermination.

The towering columns before us stand as a symbolic representation of the familial trinity – mother, father, and son. Each facet of this vertical structure encapsulates the essence and contributions of these integral family members. At its base, the column pays homage to the maternal figure, the nurturing force that provides the foundational support for the family unit. The intricacies of the design at the lower section convey the intricate and often unnoticed sacrifices made by the mother to establish a stable and secure foundation. Ascending upward, the midsection of the column is a tribute to the paternal influence. Here, the solid and enduring qualities reflect the strength, guidance, and protection provided by the father. Crowning the summit of this familial pillar is the representation of the son. The pinnacle showcases the growth and aspirations of the younger generation.  The column's apex, characterized by evolving forms and potential,  signifies the transformative journey of  the son as he navigates through life, carrying forward the legacy of the family. Each column in the grid signifies a generation surpassing the achievements of the previous one,  creating a towering structure of familial aspirations. However, this unrelenting pursuit of overachievement has strained the foundation laid by the mother, with each subsequent tier striving for unsustainable heights. The familial column, once a symbol of growth, now serves as a cautionary  tale about the pitfalls of ceaseless ambitions 

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