PAUL J. KALEMBA





(upper)
Paul J. Kalemba
Economic Growth
wooden crates, cardboard, water reticulation system, soil, vegetables
(installation detail)
© 2009

(lower)
Paul J. Kalemba
Beyond Petroleum
cardboard, jars, preverved fruit
(installation detail)
© 2009

Paul J. Kalemba (AKA thinblackline) is an urban edible (r)evolutionary and sustainability activist who takes a renaissance approach to art. Prior to recently completing a Master in Visual Art at the VCA, Kalemba’s career highlights include: The National Print Symposium at the National Gallery of Australia, 2004,; co-directing Alleys Not Telleys pubic space reclamation/multi-arts festivals, 2001-2004; Eyes For Other Skies Travelling Animation Festival, ACMI/South Korea; and creating propaganda and projections for the tree planting/re-veg Tranceplant Festivals 2001-2005. Kalemba’s work also features in many independent publications amongst a prolific CV of community, public and white cube rah rah.