polyethylene twine, aluminium grid, steel hook
5 fields of 3 x 10m, spanning 50m space
Everything perceived around this work is an attribute of it. The installation extends beyond its construction to make us aware of the space and site that houses it - the physical features, the pathways we walk, light and temperature - a warm, window-lit pathway one day and icy the next - how sound is carried,who do we share this space with, and so on. 'Mirror Field' continues the Field series inquiry how one's experience of space can become that of place.
In Fieldwork by Parliament House
Photos by the artist
Stills take from film by Jeremy Elphick