He has created art installations at the Earth's poles to generate awareness about global climate change: In 2007, he used the moving ice sheet beneath the South Pole as a device to measure time; he created an ice replica of a Mangrove seedling that is very slowly moving to the coastline 150,000 years away. the art piece will be completed in 150,000 years. He also acknowledged the 50-year history of humans at the South Pole with chronological flags stretching across the ice. In 2008, he planted a green flag at North Pole to reclaim it for nature and in so doing launch a global reforestation eco-art effort... more
He has also developed participatory art projects to engage communities in local action... he has worked with scientists, arborists and environmental managers to develop eco-art projects that engage community residents in bioremediation: coastal reforestation initiatives in (Miami Science Museum, 2007), an urban reforestation campaign in (Florida Botanical Gardens, 2009), and coral reef preservation efforts in (Bishop Museum, 2010).
He has completed environmental works in Holland (2009), Quebec (2009) and Latvia (2008), peace murals in Cyprus (2000) and Northern Ireland (2000), child welfare murals in Bolivia (1997) and Panama (1999), and the official International AIDS Conference murals in Geneva (1998) and South Africa (2000)... more