Tomorrow Land, a series of giant paintings by Hawaiian born, New York based artist Micah Ganske, highlights America’s strive for technology and its casualties. The paintings, with their shadows of planes, telescopes, satellites and other unknown devices hovering above, depict the tragedies of America’s toxic and abandoned landscapes.
The paintings, which can take up to 6 months to produce, are created by staining untreated muslin with watered down acrylic paint, must be completed without error. The paintings are on exhibition at RH Gallery in New York until January 13th.
Check out the video below that RH Gallery put together of Micah’s process and the ideas behind it.