LATEST NEWS: We are delighted to announce our expedition to South Georgia, in March 2014, during which we will be undertaking work on topics including microplastics, overfishing, invasive species and a survey of the rapidly declining population of the incredible Wandering Albatross. And to make all this happen, we need your help! For more information please click here.
The Clipperton Project (TCP) is a multidisciplinary initiative that uses notions of exploration, journey and discovery to inspire and empower members of the public to interact with diverse perspectives, peoples and disciplines, in order that we might all come to more positively and progressively address some of the greatest issues of our day.
We believe in the unknown, in what’s over the horizon; in the possibility of exploration and discovery. To demonstrate this, we organise collaborative expeditions to some of the most remote territories on earth.
We use our journeys as starting points with which to engage participants and audiences all over the world with the possibility of what they can reach out for and achieve, especially when working together.
We believe the world to be a fascinating place; a place full of wonder that can be accessed by all. Our programmes invite participants and audiences to explore and experiment with multidisciplinary processes, enabling them to uncover potential and harness creativity.
We believe in participation, not passive observation; in what our work can inspire in others, enabling them to think beyond what they currently understand, to benefit themselves and the space around them.