Nov 18, 2011

Late at Tate: 25th Nov 2011

FieldMachine 1.0 Interactive Experiment


Design your own self-sufficient ‘unit’ based on

your own wants and needs, and discover the

effects this would have on a hypothetical

reappropriation of land across St Ives.

Barn Party

18.00–21.00 (live music from 20.00 onwards)

Mulled wine, straw bales and bunting along

with live music by The Busk Stop Crew.



Paul Chaney introduces FIELDCLUB’s practice

and examines ‘Neo-Agrosophy’.



Nigel Ayers Compost 2011

Film Screenings


Adi Gelbart Vermin 2011

James Kelly Glimpse of the Matter 2010

Pil and Galia Kollectiv Better Future, Wolf-Shaped 2008


Free entry

Galleries and shop

open 18.00–21.00

Food and a pay bar

in the café until 22.00

(last orders 21.30)

Nov 17, 2011

Late at Tate: FIELDCLUB and Friends

Friday 25th November 2011
6pm to 9pm
FIELDCLUB event at
Late at Tate
Tate St. Ives
"FIELDCLUB and Friends"

Glimpse of the Matter (2010) 8'57" digital video
will be displayed in a show reel as an element of this event.

From the FIELDCLUB website:
"FIELDCLUB hosts collaborative/interdisciplinary art projects that investigate aspects of low-impact self sufficiency and post-human concepts of nature:

Our main project is to create and interrogate an exemplary 'Unit': a system of low-impact self-provision predicated on the hypothetical equal division of available UK land between the current UK population. The problematic complexities encountered during the physical application of this theory at FIELDCLUB has led to a growing body of projects, practical research, and the emergence of Neo-Agrosophy - a weird fusion of agriculture and contemporary philosophy.

The FIELDCLUB concept has been developed by artist Paul Chaney and researcher Kenna Hernly. Some projects are the result of collaboration with other parties, and a growing number of people have given free labour and other support."

Glimpse of the Matter (2010) 8'57" digital video, still