~ in the fields’ work emphasizes natural phenomena and condenses poetic moments into inventions of autonomous, cocooned systems. Their visual art practice draws on archival material, environmental topics and ephemeral artefacts, such as lost forms of cinema.

“There is always a sense of anticipation in seeing ~ in the fields’ work because of its integrity, beauty and inventiveness.”
Katie Nicoll (Independent Producer)

Their installations are responsive, of modular appearance and often powered by solar energy, such as their work ume, which considers the transformation from winter to spring.

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