The greed of a few causes loss for many. American inflatable artists Nicole Banowetz and Devin Riley demonstrates this with Toxic Hunger, a floating factory from which toxic bubbles escape, choking the river and everything around it. Animal creatures struggle and row with all their might to escape the poison, but in vain. As they toil, they are taunted by the bosses, cruel human figures who doggedly bang on plastic drums.
And then, when all life has been destroyed, the factory turns into a futuristic spaceship and the vile evildoers depart for a pristine new cosmos yet to be mined. Leaving the animals behind with the poison, with the hunger, with the loss.