To coincide with World Environment Day, Lithuanian Artist Ernest Zacharevic reveals ‘Transboundary Haze’, a new artwork in Kuala Lumpur launching a collaboration with Greenpeace, Splash and Burn and filmmakers Studiobirthplace.
Ernest Zacharevic returns for a second year of Splash and Burn with a giant SOS distress call carved into the landscape of an oil palm plantation; calling attention to the ongoing destruction of Indonesia’s forests and wildlife.
“Play” was the theme of this years Nu Art Festival and true to its subject, Ernests work remains as spontaneous and experimental as ever. Through a series of on street murals and a motion sensor operated installation in the Stavanger tunnel, Ernest references Norwegian culture and community.
During the past few weeks, Ernest Zacharevic has been working with Art students at Singapores ‘Pathlight School’; the first autism-focused school in Singapore working with autism and related disorders for children aged 7-18.