A documentary featuring 42 art installations that reveal some of what we produce, consume and feel within the two billion four hundred and seventy five million seconds that each of us will, on average spend on earth. Human Footprint was the winner of a Royal Television Society Award for Production Design.
78.5 years or 2,475,576,000 seconds of life expectancy; 123,205,750 words spoken; 1,700 friendships made; 7,163 baths taken; 104,390 dreams dreamt; 4.5 cows consumed; 1,201 chickens consumed; 2,327 kilos of potatoes consumed; 10,354 bars of chocolate consumed; 845 tins of baked beans consumed; 35,815 litres of methane produced.
656 bars of soap used; 276 tubes of toothpaste used; 272 bottles of deodorant used; 198 bottles of shampoo used; 10,351 pints of beer and 1,694 bottles of wine consumed; 49 litres of vomit produced; 4,239 sex acts; 59 holidays taken; 121 pints of tears produced; 15,951 pints of milk consumed; 74,802 cups of tea consumed.
Commissioned by Channel 4, produced by Touch Productions, Directed by Nick Watts, Production Design by Clare Patey and Cathy Wren (winner of RTS Award for Production Design). Photos by Tim Mitchell and Marcus Tate