Cherubim on a Sunday Drive Through Hell
- Armstrong Street South
Between Bath Lane and Chancery Lane
- Installation/Visual Art
A grotesque biblical allegory, in which seemingly innocent cherubs are seen going for a Sunday drive through hell, surrounded by a gaudy, manufactured Garden of Eden, blissfully ignorant of the manmade hell that surrounds them.
Three multimedia installations commenting on humanity’s willful ignorance and lack of action regarding our casual relationship with burning fossil fuels and the resulting impending climate doom, Cherubim on a Sunday Drive Through Hell presents a macabre reflection on humanity’s astounding hubris.