Michael Saup (Germany, 1961) lives and works in Berlin. His work focuses on the subjacent forces of nature and society. During the past years, the center of his ongoing investigation, labeled as archaeology of the future, has been society’s energetic dependence. His methodology of work is collaboration and, in this way, he has participated in exhibitions and festivals in different countries. After the change of the century, he starts to focus on political and social issues, such as media access, fossil and subfossil consumption and transformation, nuclear history, financial theory and its different applications in everyday life.