This sacred totem is shown horizontally : an anti-totem. We speak of the value of size; weight, mass and logistics. This kind of abundance (the totem of the bison, of the giant redwood Sequoya) no longer exists. We stand on the shoulders of the almighty giants of the pre-modern age. We hope human kind can sustain it’s own existence. Eat the Wagon Wheel. This sculpture continues Dean Smith Dancing Bear’s artistic practice: themes of the human, animal and machine relationship within the paradigm of our environmental sustainability crisis.