Dan Power [b.1992] is an award-winning Canberra-based artist documenting and dissecting the natural world, conservation and biodiversity in the Anthropocene. Self-taught, he graduated from the ANU with a first-class honours in evolutionary biology and has exhibited in Canberra, Adelaide, Melbourne and Berlin.
In 2016, he was awarded the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize for emerging artists. His interdisciplinary practice spans a range of mediums to create a new natural history for the Anthropocene. Dan’s work confronts death, extinction & ecological grief in stunning detail with elements of hope to remind us that all is not lost, yet.