In Ash’s words, his works are always a direct reflection of what takes place in society here and now. Ash doesn’t give answers or solutions to the dilemmas, which are described in the works, rather he points at certain things in society and questions the present state of things. The works often deal with the contrast between the urban and the rural as well as with those anecdotes, which rise from this dichotomy.
His latest murals in a building called VM-bjerget (VM-mountain) in Ørestaden (a new suburb of Copenhagen) can be interpreted as a direct commentary on the development of the city and increasing urbanisation. Here he has placed a goat, a wolf and a deer painted directly on the raw tarmac. These animals stand on top of mountains made up of old smashed up car wrecks. In these apocalyptic works the mountain consists of decay and nature has moved in and taken over in triumph. In the real world things are quite different. Here its often humans who, according to Ash, take from nature and expand themselves into nature in a thoughtless manner and without giving anything in return.