Paintings of densely-packed cars and buildings by San Francisco-based artist Michael Kerbow that explores rampant expansion and excess. The works are a critique on society's production of massive amounts of cheap, disposable goods that continue to outstrip our planet's available resources.
My work explores the way in which we engage with our surroundings and the possible consequences our actions have upon the world in which we live. Through my work I attempt to question the rationale of our choices, and try to reveal the dichotomy that may exist between what we desire and what we manifest. Recently my work has focused upon the mechanisms that power our society and examines how they may influence the construct for a possible future.