Testing new artwork for Symbiotic seeing, a solo exhibition at Kunsthaus Zürich, opening later this month

Two of my favourites discuss compassion, religion and climate emergency. Important thoughts for the decade to come! cnn.com/videos/world/2…

‘Riverbed’, 2014, now on view at part of the group exhibition ‘Water’ @qagoma

Photo: Josef Ruckli

‘Riverbed’, 2014, now on view at part of the group exhibition ‘Water’ @qagoma

Photo: Katie Bennett

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Huge congrats to @LittleSun who just delivered their 1 millionth solar lamp! Creating substantial social and health impact, accounting for 920,284,517 hours of light. As a result, 2,629,384 people now use clean solar energy instead of harmful fossil fuel–based lighting sources

Huge congrats to our friends at Little Sun - who just delivered their 1 millionth solar lamp. The one million solar lamps have created a substantial social and health impact, accounting for 920,284,517 hours of light. As a result, 2,629,384 people now use clean solar energy instead of harmful fossil fuel–based lighting sources.

“We started the Little Sun project to raise awareness about the unequal distribution of energy today and to deliver a healthy, safe and affordable light to the people who needed it the most. What we have achieved today is a major milestone, not only for communities living without electricity, but for everyone fighting for the end of the fossil fuel era, global climate justice and a better future for us and our planet.” - Olafur

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Yes, again, 2019, watercolour on paper

Riverbed, 2014 - now installed at Queensland Gallery of Modern Art

Youth are our future!
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1 million lights means 1 million stories. This weekend Little Sun is celebrating the fact that they will be selling the 1 millionth solar lamp!

The glacier melt series 1999/2019 Reykjavik Art Museum, Iceland

Colour mirror wheel, 2019

Colour mirror wheel, 2019
On view from tomorrow @TanyaBonakdar @ArtBasel Miami.
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Detail of The glacier melt series 1999/2019 (Krossarjökull)

Detail of The glacier melt series 1999/2019 (Krossarjökull)

The glacier melt series 1999/2019 - is a new series of photos of Icelandic glaciers, shown alongside photos of the same glaciers 20 years ago. From today @Tate as part of In real life - have a look at the project website: glaciermelt.is