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“The question for me has always been ‘What changes minds most?’”

Environmental artist Martin Hill sets up geometric sculptures in nature using organic materials such as ice, sticks and stones.

Living and working near Wanaka in New Zealand, Hill creates his site-specific installations together with his partner Philippa Jones, exploring the topic of sustainability since 1992. The temporary artworks are then preserved through photographs.

Speaking about the concept behind his art, Hill says in an exclusive statement: “The question for me has always been ‘What changes minds most?’ It is my hope that my work not only brings people closer to nature but to understanding our place in nature and the connection between our choices and the potential for human alignment with nature for a sustainable future.”


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