A kind of modern Farmer’s Almanac from home in Texas, looking at our urban frontiers — landscapes rarely shown in the region’s visual conversation — alongside the shared, wild bits that living within the oceanic acreage of the west entails…our fires and drought; water restrictions and turquoise springs; the dinosaur bones we still find and the Indigenous reality of today; the silence of real life on an international border and the politics of land use; where death and the passage of time are so incredibly palpable.

A galaxy of newness and myth, a follow-up to the trope through space and time, a street view of the agitated land and human existence below the harshest sun.