A critique of these large-scale industrial complexes a the damaging processes of unsustainable agricultural production
Describing himself as restless and eclectic, David Koeth works with citrus peels, paint, coffee, and graphic design. His artworks reflect humanity's long-fought struggle with pollution and humanity’s attempt to combat the destruction of Earth's natural resources and living species. As a self proclaimed capitalist, Koeth’s acquisitive tendencies have led him to amass a collection of various objects that eventually find their way into his artistic practice. Additionally, Koeth has created works relevant to endangered species, concepts of recycling, and negatively impactful industrial processes. Koeth’s Citrus Series on view critiques of these large-scale industrial complexes, most directly, the damaging processes of unsustainable agricultural production.