Sebastian Chaloner (Artist/Designer) – living in Auchtermuchty, Fife
Sebastian is originally from Wales. His work has largely focused on low-fi, child-like imagery with activism and social/political commentary at the heart. More recently he has grown towards a more sincere vision which focuses on art and science collaborations.
In 2019 he undertook an artist residency at Alderworks, Alaska – taking the time to explore 3D propagated moss sculptures inspired by climate change. This led to a project alongside Notre Dame University Biological Sciences department, researching the virtues of science and arts collaborations. The findings were later presented as part of the ESA Conference 2020.
His work has been featured in the likes of Varoom magazine, The Observer, GQ, Esquire and the New York Times. He is also a lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire and in Autumn 2021, he is undertaking his Masters in Design for Change at Edinburgh College Of Art.