Born in 1952, Kim Peart was raised in Tasmania, where he trained as a visual artist, and launched a Viking Society in 1975 — became a life-long space advocate in 1976.
He subsequently became an urban environmental activist, gaining an entry into Tasmania's top 200 movers and shakers, at number 123, in 2007.
Kim now lives in Mountain Creek, Queensland, where he pursues visual art, research, writing and is pursuing a presence in the virtual worlds of Second Life and InWorldz — with art galleries and exhibitions for space development; Earth care and Earth survival; Viking history and culture; West Papuan self-determination and Australian independence.
Articles written by Kim Peart (6)
- 18 July 2017 | The death of Justine Damond and Australia's fear-based police state
- 15 June 2012 | The assassination of a West Papuan leader
- 18 March 2012 | Avoiding the fate of the dinosaurs
- 26 February 2012 | The ugly face of party politics
- 19 December 2011 | Space development the key to our survival
- 17 December 2011 | The 1969 Papuan plebiscite was an Act of Coercion