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Kiwi 'skyscraper' artist to tackle climate change at UN headquarters in New York


Kiwi artist Joseph Michael is known for his large artworks.

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It's not the first time Joseph Michael has gone big with an artwork. Source: Seven Sharp

In a couple of weeks, his canvas will be the UN building in New York.

Joseph will be projecting melting icebergs onto the building to highlight climate change during the upcoming climate summit.

It won't be the last time he goes big; another project includes mapping New Zealand's biggest kauri tree, Tāne Mahuta.

Seven Sharp's Tim Wilson met the Kiwi with a vast vision in the video above.