Designing Alternatives Speakers (3): Paul Chaney, FIELDCLUB

Paul Chaney is the lead artist/director of FIELDCLUB – a four-acre field where art is used as a catalyst and facilitator to investigate models of low-impact self-sufficiency and off-grid living. Often involving other artists, scientists and philosophers, the project’s initiatives take the form of interdisciplinary artistic research and the organisation of seminars and events. FIELDCLUB recently presented its work at Tate St Ives, and the Serpentine Gallery’sGarden Marathon’.

Over the last 12 years Paul has been involved in a number of artist-led projects and spaces in Cornwall. In 2009/10 he worked with Urbanomic – a small international arts organisation and publishing house – to deliver a program of art events and residencies in Cornwall and London. 

In 2000 he directed Bike Art 2000, the UK’s first touring art exhibition transported entirely by bicycles.

Designing Alternatives Speakers (3): Paul Chaney, FIELDCLUB

Paul Chaney is the lead artist/director of FIELDCLUB – a four-acre field where art is used as a catalyst and facilitator to investigate models of low-impact self-sufficiency and off-grid living. Often involving other artists, scientists and philosophers, the project’s initiatives take the form of interdisciplinary artistic research and the organisation of seminars and events. FIELDCLUB recently presented its work at Tate St Ives, and the Serpentine Gallery’sGarden Marathon’.

Over the last 12 years Paul has been involved in a number of artist-led projects and spaces in Cornwall. In 2009/10 he worked with Urbanomic – a small international arts organisation and publishing house – to deliver a program of art events and residencies in Cornwall and London. 

In 2000 he directed Bike Art 2000, the UK’s first touring art exhibition transported entirely by bicycles.

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