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Yet again the paradox that we know everyone on this planet through 16 other human beings or something like that and that no one remembers how the world was before the internet, made possible the meeting between David de Rothchild and Laszlo Karolyi. David was creating a multiple piece for various media sources from an artistic point of view, all based on the fact that the oil business has a profound influence on the world’s economy, ecology and people. Being an emerging explorer with the National Geographic Society, an international figure, and above all a human being truly concerned about the seriousness of global warming, he needed a way to explore these issues on a tight schedule. He arrived in Quito with his team which included the world famous Mexican painter Gabriel Orozco, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, world’s top portrait photographers, Dr. Maria Fadiman, ethnobotanist and also emerging explorer with the National Geographic, award winning film maker Dustin Lynn and Zoe Tryon environmentalist and humanist who has been more or less emulating the life of Livingstone, living with the Achuar community in the Amazon basin for months. Laszlo Karolyi has all the means and all the time to be used in order to help projects like this come to fruition. So if you happen to be among the 2,000,000,000 people that will see these pieces presented in media sources like the National Geographic Channel, BBC1, BBC2 or NBC, remember that beautiful things can be done without putting a price to it.
 
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