At this moment in time the world seems to be reaching tipping points within natural systems, climate, and societies. As the world becomes more dangerous and unliveable for many, G7 leaders are meeting in UK to plan actions that could tip the world towards a safer sustainable future, or hold us on the old path leading toward climate and social disaster.
Philippa and I feel that our work has only become more relevant and it is our hope that more people will recognise the need to transform our lives, our politics and our economies to align with nature before we cross irreversible tipping points.
Currently Famae is launching their 1million Euro prize international sustainable innovations challenge in Paris featuring one of our sculptures. Kanuka Sphere was chosen because it referred to the web of connectivity that makes up the biosphere.