Link to an audio recording of an interview by Peter Woodford Smith about my solar-powered site-specific outdoor installation for “Desert Equinox” in Broken Hill, NSW, Australia, October 2022.
I am showing a new solar-powered outdoor installation Truth is a Pathless Land (for Jiddu Krishnamurty this weekend (June 23rd-25th, 2023) in “Track Markers: Contemporary Sculpture at Fingringhoe”. This work is the second in an on-going series of outdoor neon text pieces.
The Milano Green Forum has recently curated an on line exhibition of artists working with solar energy which includes information on my installation SunBeam (2011) as well as Digital Moving Image Installations and Renewable Energy: 1994-2018, the chapter I contributed to “Technology, Design and the Arts–Challenges and Opportunities”, originally published by Springer Books, 2020. Link […]
I will be exhibiting a new outdoor solar powered neon text installation at Fingringhoe Nature park June 23-25 2023.
I will be presenting a new solar-powered, site-specific installation in “Desert Equinox”, Sept 30th-Oct 2nd, 2022. For further info, see: https://www.desertequinox.com.au
Alex Nathanson’s new book A History of Solar Power Art and Design will be available from the end of July. Published by Routledge as part of their “Advances in Art and Visual Studies”, the chapter on installations includes a comprehensive section on my renewable energy work from 1994 onwards.
Artists and Climate Change.com have just published an article about my renewable energy installations Link to Artists and Climate Change web site
The newest addition to my ongoing “Impossible Objects” series. Look Cool and Save the Planet!
I have just completed the new installation version of Returning (2002) which will be exhibited in my solo show at the Minories Gallery in Colchester from Nov 7th, 2014- Jan 3rd, 2015. The Preview will be Nov 7th, 2014, 6-9PM.
Click on this link to view a Short interview about Aeolian Processes 2