Motion produces tracks. The transit of humanity through the planet it calls their own builds up monuments to progress, as it extracts from the soil, the air and the water the energy needed to build bridges between immaculate nature and the unstoppable machine. Man improves, builds, interferes, generates movement until the day he is bound to abandon and renounce the ownership of that which the all-consuming, all-transforming Earth will reclaim.
This series rounds up images showcasing traces of human presence – not of its fatidic destiny, but of an unfolding history. They are fresh, pulsating traces; subtle marks pointing out to a trail through the woods, metropolises aglow amidst the once pitch-black night, a marble effigy shimmering against shady trees. They are living tracks of a species that the planet calls for itself.