On Stratospheric Aerosol Injection

The triptych comments on 'Stratospheric Aerosol Injection' – an extreme form of geoengineering invented by American scientists involving the literal spraying of sulphur aerosols into the air to cool the planet.

Further research found that this method of geoengineering would not work. Instead, it would wipe out crop yields due to lack of direct sunlight and potentially instigate conflict due to the methodology's uncontainable nature. I have realised this finding through a reimagination of Vincent van Gogh's sunflowers, overexposed to the elements of climate change to then be smothered in the darkness of SPF.


1. Burn 
2. SPF
3. After Sun
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