Megan Rose Jarvis focuses on the pivotal times of the Second Industrial Revolution. Her
atmospheric photographs capture the spaces of a sunless chamber where man has
stripped the natural land and replaced it with steel trees, stone rivers and electrical vines.
The consequences lead the economy into a long depression as man replaced nature
with industrialisation and industrialisation replaced man with machines.
Vital connections from the past to the present are made as industrialisation continues
to destroy our lands, forests and oceans; inevitably taking its toll on humanity as the threat
of the climate crisis looms.