Artists paint ruins as a reminder of a glorious past now gone. They draw attention to the forlorn remnants of ancient structures in which people once lived, and which are no longer habitable. These tiles, painted with underglaze on white clay, depict the derelict ruins of oil infrastructure. They look back from the future upon the ruins of the structures that are currently part of a system that is wreaking havoc on our climate.
This series was exhibited at Graphite Gallery in New Orleans.