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Many a child cried when this sculpture appeared at Tamarama beach. But the simple twist of making an entire ice-cream van melt all over the sand provided many more with the most potent climate change message imaginable. The work was even featured at the Paris Climate summit.

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‘Crate UFO’

In a place called Paradise in New Zealand, a strange UFO made of milk crates appeared overnight – freaking out the sheep and giving...

Hero artwork large scale hecho

Hecho en Casa Festival ‘Tendedero’

Our latest piece of public art is a 70-metre long clothes line featuring appropriately oversized clothes – in a major pedestrian area of Santiago,...

Boost
‘Moreing’

This documentary-style film was shot in Hong Kong to unearth a new trend of ‘moreing’ – a new artform created by using more than...

Art & About, Sydney
‘I Wish You Hadn’t Asked’

A seemingly strong and stable relationship can sometimes reach a point where the arrival of a single question can sow a seed of doubt...

Moses parting Red Sea Google Earth

Art Basel, Miami
‘God’s Eye View’

When Google Earth splashed onto the scene, in an instant the world got a chance to see itself from a new perspective. And it...

Ming Mong Game Show

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‘Ming Mong’

Way before Snapchat, Instagram or even hashtags were all the rage, sending a photo message was deemed pricey and kind of excessive. But what...

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‘Ansiosos y un Capuchón’

Take 1,882 Argentinians of the most nervous disposition imaginable. Put them on an empty airstrip and watch them suffer. Would their anxiety be better...