An introspection into the unified yet disparate relationship between humans and the environment.

Taeger seeks to explore and extrapolate the idea of humans being simultaneously ephemeral yet impactful. Though our time here is fleeting, especially in the grand timeline of Planet Earth, we have made a meteoric impact, both positive and negative. What if humans disappeared? How would Mother Earth reclaim her planet? Would we cease to exist quickly and quietly? Or would we slowly fade, trickling away one-by-one?

We are projecting a future representative of our current trajectory; a reality of overgrown brutalist structures, weathered, worn concrete, and forgotten cities. A world in which our landmarks stand tall, but not as we built them. An almost alien feel to the planet we once called our own. This is ‘Life After Humans’.