‘As Above, So Below’ reflects on the loss of the Australian landscape in the drive to extract what is beneath it by the fossil fuel industry; land that before anything else is held in the custody of Traditional Indigenous owners.

This melding of landscape and industry speaks of our failure to invest in a renewable future, as coal, oil and gas extraction dominate the power industry without consequence. Meanwhile standing in a rapidly changing environment, the figure represents both the catalyst and the casualty of these actions.

Exhibition at MAY SPACE, Sydney. 14 November to 2 December 2018. 409b George Street Waterloo NSW Australia 2017. t: (02) 9318 1122, e: [email protected], w: www.mayspace.com.au. Images courtesy of the Artist and MAY SPACE.