Field Art Projects

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Field Art Projects believe that art and design can play an invaluable role in enhancing our enjoyment of the urban and rural environment. We have a decade of experience of commissioning visual artists, designers and performers to create work within the public realm. Projects vary from the large-scale to intimate resulting in permanent or temporary projects to transform the ordinary and the everyday.

Portfolio

The Work as Movement Archive

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Artist Serena Korda created the Work as Movement Archive, a multi-disciplinary event involving film, dance, music and a publication. With twenty performers drawn from across the city and over 65 school children in the choir, it was a day to remember. The event was commissioned by Sovereign Housing and curated and produced by Field Art Projects.

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Future Perfect: Hengrove Art Programme

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Theresa Bergne, Field Art Projects and Jes Fernie worked together with the Hengrove and Stockwood Neighbourhood Partnership and Bristol City Council to deliver a series of commissions called Future Perfect. The Archive of Ideas by artist designer Martino Gamper, Pieces of Play by artist Nils Norman and The Orchard by David Thorpe. Most recently they published a book of drawings by local resident and retired milkman Garth England entitled Murdered with Straight Lines.

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Melanie Jackson, University of Bristol Artist in Residence

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Field Art Projects are delivering a public art programme for the University of Bristol at their Stoke Bishop site which includes the Halls of Residence and Bristol’s Botanic Gardens. Artist Melanie Jackson was artist-in-residence at the site in 2013 during which time she produced an artist publication The Nexus as well as a series of talks and events.

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Bristol Arena public art programme

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Field Art Projects were appointed as part of the architect Populous’ Design Team in March 2016 to develop the public arts strategy for Arena Island and arts programme for the Bristol Arena, a new 12,000 seater stadium for the city which will make it possible to bring large scale concerts and indoor sports events to the southwest.

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