Ingrid Daniell (b. 1971) is an Australian painter and collage artist. Her landscape work is influenced by themes of deep time, specifically the Anthropocene, the current geological age defined by humankind’s measured impact on the earth. Daniell’s paintings attempt to strike balance in disorderly landscapes, at once proposing an idyllic space devoid of humanity while nodding toward threats of landslides and earthquakes. These meditations on the earth and humanity’s relationship to our environment speak to universal impulses toward belonging, as well as connection to a natural environment that defines part of humankind’s identity, even as it shifts out of recognition.