Over the past two decades there have been many articles written about my environmental art practice in collaboration with Philippa Jones.
Looking back over this period it is gratifying to appreciate the considerable support there has been for the art and our way of thinking about the nature of sustainability.
More recently there have been many digital magazine articles and websites featuring the sculptures. Here is a selection.
Latest media exposure in Paris: http://martin-hill.com/blog/
At the invitation of Vente – Privee Paris photographs of our ephemeral sculptures are
presented this week on their new building with the largest digital facade in Europe.
A continuous cycling slide show of 15 works measuring 18m x 12m will be viewed by 350,000 people daily.
We hope that this exposure leads to a wider recognition of the need for circular systems in the design of our modern world.
Fast Company’s website features “inventive photography shaping the way we see the world.” They ran this portfolio piece by Meg Miller about the regenerative design philosophy that underpins our art practice.
For COP 21 Climate talks in Paris 2015 Suez environment published Open Resource Magazine featuring stories of innovations and solutions for the climate crisis including a story on our work towards a circular economy. The cover of issue No1 features Ice Circle.
View the full Open Resource magazine in flow form here
Orion, the premiere environmental magazine in USA chose Kanuka Sphere as the cover for Jan/Feb 2014 issue.
An excerpt from an interview with Italian elle is included here.
As well as a recent interview and portfolio feature in
Page 74 – 101
The Australian Financial Review covered the opening of the Watershed exhibition
Fine Line Project makes Press
The Christchurch Press wrote an article about Philippa and I making the 10th Fine Line Sculpture in Antarctica
with support from Antarctica New Zealand. December 2014