"People depend on carving", says Tim Pitsiulak. "Most people carve to buy groceries and whatnot for their families ... I hear the selling is pretty bad." He expresses this eloquently through the figure of the man balanced on a grinder, one of the principle carving tools, the cords of which lead to a home where the electrical outlet stands in for the front door. The man carries Home Hardware bags, used by the local Co-operative store, bulging with food and other necessities. While Pitsiulak is primarily a graphic artist, he here acknowledges fellow Kinngait artists who carve, drawing attention to their predicament.