LandEscapes, draws upon elements from the landscape (inspired from Escalante and Bear’s Ears National Monuments in Utah), that portray beauty in a natural environment sculpted by wind, water and time. These Utah locations were specifically chosen to show how climatic, geological and weather conditions are now further exploited and threatened by capitalism, industrial exploitation, pollution and politics; Bear’s Ears, an Indian holy site, has been reduced in size in order to accommodate oil production and drilling on its sacred lands. LandEscapes is a collaborative project, that includes installation and video between Raquel Salvatella de Prada, a motion-graphics artist and myself, that portrays the impact of this destruction, using my prints and digital drawings.