The palette we live in is far removed from the one we experience when viewing historical paintings of landscapes with innocent blue skies and pearly white clouds.
Skylines have become increasingly cluttered and chemically infused. And we often view our surroundings through a media lens with a perspective layered with many more dimensions than ever before.
Our sense of taste has been altered to accommodate manufactured variations of food and water and we have become accustomed to synthetic scent. The streamlined surfaces of our objects have modified our sense of touch. And our ears have become attuned to digital and mechanical noise.
We have arrived in a sensescape that is distant from the natural earth. Have we given up living on this planet and actually begun living in another realm?
Try engaging your senses in different ways. Can you taste with your ears and hear with your eyes? Listen to a genetically engineered apple, or taste smog. Do you find yourself in a sensorium that is craving a new beginning?